Banking Podcasts: Banking Transformed Podcast with Jim Marous
As the top banking podcast, the Banking Transformed podcast, hosted by Jim Marous, examines major leadership and cultural challenges in the banking industry and the impact of digital disruption on banking’s future. Listen to the brightest minds in the banking and business world and get ready to embrace change, take risks and disrupt yourself and your organization.
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Judith Pinto and Prakash Pattni from IBM discuss how hybrid cloud unlocks new opportunities by supporting workloads, fostering innovation, and managing risk.
Brendan Coughlin, from Citizens Bank discusses key strategies to create a cutting-edge banking platform tailored to the unique needs and expectations of Generation Z.
IBM's Shanker Ramamurthy discusses the growing need for banks and credit unions to embrace the potential of embedded finance.
Best-selling author, Wayne McCulloch, from Alkami shares the keys to transforming customer experience culture and the importance of reducing customer effort in financial services.
We interview Rakefet Russak-Aminoach, Ex-CEO of Israel's largest bank who is now a managing partner of an expanding fintech foundry, Team8, on the challenges of building a viable fintech firm.
IBM's John Duigenan shares how generative AI-driven innovations allow financial institutions to work smarter, deepen customer relationships and address competitive threats.
Brandon McGee from A+ FCU discusses how community banks can rapidly adapt and optimize their technology stacks with composable solutions.
Our interview with Michael Wiley from F5 focuses on creating seamless behind-the-scenes security that lets customers enjoy straightforward, intuitive interfaces.
Jim Perry from Market Insights, Inc. discusses how community banks can survive by providing personalized attention and taking advantage of composable solutions.
11:FS's David M. Brear explores emerging technologies, changing expectations, digital transformation and how leading banks are serving the consumer of tomorrow.
Artificial intelligence is reshaping banking, but few banks and credit unions have the AI maturity necessary to keep up. Evident's Alexandra Mousavizadeh breaks down the factors that determine an organization’s AI maturity.
In the second part of an interview with Multiplex's Brian Roemmele, we discuss the potential of generative AI and ChatGPT in banking — and their impact on customer experience.
Brian Roemmele of Multiplex explores the impact of generative AI on customer experience and engagement, as well as AI's ethical considerations and regulatory challenges, in order to understand the transformative power of AI in banking.
Jeff Tijssen of Bain & Co. discusses why collaboration and partnerships between fintechs and traditional financial institutions are crucial as fintech firms reassess their business models and build resilience.
Jason Davies at Flybits explores how third party collaboration can help solve regulatory constraints, data privacy concerns and technical complexities to realize the potential of personalized banking.
John Rosenfeld of Jenius Bank explains what differentiates their new offering and why he believes this new digital bank will succeed where others have failed.
Eric Lamarre of McKinsey & Company explains how successful digital transformations require leaders to embrace dramatic change around their talent, operating models, technologies, and data capabilities.
Jason Mikula of Fintech Business Weekly discusses how banking-as-a-service (BaaS) can unlock new business opportunities and add value -- and why BaaS has the potential to transform financial services.
Christoffer Malmer of SEB Embedded and Pal Krogdahl of IBM Core Banking and Payments discuss how Swedish banking giant SEB reorganized its tech and innovation operations to become a leader in the embedded finance space.
Adam Stockton at Curinos discusses the importance of building stronger connections between consumers’ deposit and credit needs, and rethinking how banks build relationships in the future.
Claire Calmejane of Societe Generale and Thad Vorozilchak at IBM explore how collaboration with fintech firms and other third-party solution providers can increase the speed and scale of innovation.
Alex Johnson, founder of Fintech Takes, discusses the future of niche financial institutions where funding has become more difficult, scalability continues to be elusive, and acquisition and loyalty increasingly challenging.
David Birch, international speaker and author, predicts how wearable technology will be a major differentiator for both payments and digital authentication in the future.
John Duigenan of IBM Technology discusses how technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, the blockchain, cloud computing, IoT, robotics and biometrics are paving the way for new banking business models.
Eric Fulwiler of Rival details a marketing playbook that can drive the growth of fintech and banking brands, and why a change in legacy mindset may be more important than the latest technologies.
Shanker Ramamurthy of IBM Consulting discusses the massive changes in technology, customer preferences, collaborations, and regulatory requirements that are impacting financial services and what can be expected in the future.
Ed Maslaveckas of Bud Financial explains how financial institutions of all sizes can leverage data insights, personalization, open banking and BaaS as strategic differentiators.
Monica Proothi of IBM Consulting explores the evolution of the finance function, from reactionary, transactional work to value-generating roles and strategic engagement.
Cindy Blackstone of Southside Bank shares how a digital-first platform drove a superior customer experience, reduced costs, and growth in a highly competitive marketplace.
Deep Varma from Alkami explains how modern technology can enable a next-generation sales and service platform that increases revenue and lowers costs for financial institutions.