5 Growth Trends in Banking

     

Five trends to being Data Smart today

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Frank Rohde, Nomis Solutions CEO, explores five trends to being Data Smart today.
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More Refined Regulatory Scrutiny

More Refined Regulatory Scrutiny

Regulatory scrutiny like Basel III and Fairness & Conduct is increasing and banks are struggling to innovate in a complex regulatory environment.
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Changing Consumer Behaviors

Changing Consumer Behaviors

Half of all banking transactions are driven through a mobile device and this trend will only increase. It is already having a profound impact on bank priorities.
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Fintech is BOTH Disrupting AND Enabling

Fintech is Disrupting and Enabling

The banking industry is evolving with nearly $14B of venture capital invested in Fintech just last year. Banks are learning to ride the wave by partnering with and buying Fintechs outright. What is clear in the pace of change has forever been altered.

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/kpmg-cb-insights-fintech-funding-2015-2016-3

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Interest Rates are Tightening

Interest Rates are Tightening

Banks are gearing up to execute the next rate increase. The smart banks are looking at sensitivity to raise rates responsibly without giving away the farm or pricing higher than their competitors across the board.
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Huge Advances in AI will Power Superbankers

Huge Advances in AI will Power Superbankers

Machine learning will create a superbanker enabled with AI. With the massive advances making parallel processing affordable, expert humans with now be able to recognize & react to patterns in larger and larger datasets to provide near real-time value to their customers.
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About The Author

As President and CEO of Nomis Solutions, Frank is responsible for strategy and day-to-day operations of the company and steering the development of its Pricing and Profitability Management solutions. Frank joined Nomis Solutions in 2005 as VP of Sales and Marketing.