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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Businesses are big business in banking. Unfortunately, most small businesses are struggling to get fast and flexible financing, says OakNorth Bank's chief operating officer Jackson Hull.
Banks and credit unions must stay on top of the retail banking trends coming on the horizon if they wish to keep up with the competition. Here are the trends to keep an eye on in 2022, says Accenture's global banking lead Michael Abbott.
Legacy financial institutions may be hesitant to recruit third party fintechs to build out their products, and improve the development process, but it's essential in order to outperform the competition, says Skeps CEO Tushar Srivastava.
Financial health and wellbeing is a hot topic in the banking world, particularly following the Covid pandemic. But, it's not being addressed yet, says Jennifer Tescher, CEO of the Financial Health Network.
Digital payment adoption is surging, but most banks and credit unions have innovated enough to keep up. That's where FIS comes in, says GoCart's co-founder Ashleigh DePopas.
If there's a population in the underbanked sector in desperate need of banking services, it's immigrants, says co-founder and CEO of Nova Credit Misha Esipov.
The payments market was disrupted by the Covid pandemic in some major ways from AI to blockchain to fintech partnerships to digital currencies. Here's how American Express navigated it from its AmEx Digital Labs executive vice president Luke Gebb.
The digital customer experience in banking had never been more important as it was during the Covid pandemic. Chase Bank navigated the process smoothly and here's how, says its chief innovation officer Gill Haus and chief product officer Rohan Amin.
As it turns out, there's a lot that legacy financial institutions can learn from U.S. Bank. Hear from the bank's chief digital officer Dominic Venturo on the importance of leadership and culture to the digital transformation in banking.
Data and analytics are more essential in banking than ever before. But, the contextual engagement is failing, says head of marketing solutions at Curinos Sarah Welch.
If financial institutions want to succeed in the digital 21st century, it'll be those that leverage data correctly, says author of "The Algorithmic Leader" Mike Walsh.
Innovation and differentiation in banking requires a receptivity to change. It also needs a readiness for new analytics software, technologies and advanced skillsets, says Jason Heinrichs and JP Nichols, both of whom are the co-founders of Fintech Forge and the Alloy Labs Alliance.
Branch banking doesn't carry the same weight it used to, but it's still incredibly important for legacy financial institutions, says Jeff Klump, president of K4 Architecture + Design
What credit card out there works for underserved Gen Z'ers? Not many traditional providers have one. Luckily, there's the X1 Card, says its co-founder Siddharth Batra.
Partnering with fintech solution providers is mission critical for a financial institution wanting to improve their digital experience, says Brightfi's Michael Coghlan. How do you find the right ones that fit your institution's needs?
If there is a single small business challenger bank for traditional banks and credit unions to keep an eye on, it's Square. Here, we hear from CEO Lewis Goodwin on his plans and the challenges facing North American fintechs.
Innovation is taking the stage for many banks and credit unions, but the digital maturity is still lacking. What still needs to be done, asks Sanat Rao at Infosys and Miguel Rio-Tinto from Emirates NBD?
No financial institution can rely on the core platforms they were using in the 20th century, says Technisys' head of digital core Michael Haney, who talks through the modern banking core and what steps banks and credit unions can take.
Everyone in banking is talking about the underserved markets. But, are there any institutions actually serving the unmet needs of the underbanked? There's more to it, says Deloitte's Courtney Davis.
Fintech lenders are making the loan growth space a difficult one to navigate, especially when the best offer wins. CreditSnap's Deepak Polamarasetty and Tom Allman from NASA FCU have the insights bankers need.
The marketing industry has some new terms circulating: the cloud, data analytics, digital transformation. But just how do these affect the customer journey in banking? Hear from Deluxe's division president of card solutions Garry Capers to learn more.
Consumers are spending more and more time on digital marketplaces and on social media platforms, further emphasizing the need for speedy and efficient convenience. The chief marketing officer at TD Bank in the U.S. Tyrrell Schmidt is working on just that.
Investing in digital transformation initiatives in banking is pointless if the back-end processes can't keep up, says Salesforce's distinguished solutions engineer Tom Chang.
Technosocialism is inevitable, says Brett King, founder of Moven. It comes as climate change, AI, economic and social standards change.
What goes into a truly transformation data-driven business banking strategy? Hear from Berkshire Bank's Jason White and Segmint's Mark Leher.
Will customers leave their primary financial institution for a better digital banking experience. Craig McLauglin, the CEO at Finalytics, says it could happen.
Buy now, pay later is revolutionizing the marketplace — for both financial and non-financial firms. How can BNPL be a win-win solution for everyone involved? PayPal's vice president of global pay later products Greg Lisiewski has the answer.
Nearly three-quarters of customers are saying personalization is extremely important to their banking experiences says Capco'shead of U.S. banking and payments Lane Martin.
Did you hear about the great banking debate? If not, that's okay. Jim joined Cornerstone Advisors' director of research Ron Shevlin to break it down.