Tag: banking accounts

Activity, Channels, Retail Banking

Leveraging Rationalization to Tackle Digital Transformation

August 19, 2021

Via: Bank Director

The coronavirus pandemic has had a notable impact on financial institutions, creating a more-urgent need to embrace digital-first banking. However, shifting to digital doesn’t just mean adopting new digital banking tools — a common misconception. Rather, it requires that banks […]

Activity, Retail Banking

Once Stagnated, Banks Are Refreshing Checking Accounts to Compete

July 19, 2021

Via: Bank Director

Once a staid and basic product offering, banks are reinvigorating consumer checking accounts. A number of banks, taking a page from the challenger bank playbook, are adding features to their accounts to please consumers: early access to a direct-deposited paycheck, […]

Retail Banking

Google to offer co-branded accounts with eight US banks

August 3, 2020

Via: Finextra

The new platform will pair Google’s expertise in creating intuitive user experiences with the security of a reputable bank to provide a new way to manage money with financial insights and budgeting tools. When launched in 2021, the co-branded, FDIC-insured […]


Coronavirus crisis mobile banking surge is a shift that’s likely to stick

May 27, 2020


Digital banking isn’t new, but with the coronavirus pandemic, young and old Americans suddenly flocked to online and mobile banking en masse. The sudden uptick in online and mobile traffic even created outages. Among those affected: online platforms for U.S. […]