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Banks nowadays are in stiff competition for human resources with fintech. The financial technology sector often offers higher pay. Still, the prospects of many such start-ups are difficult to forecast – they are as likely to occupy a solid niche as they are to go bust. Stable companies in Latvia are only a handful. Primarily, fintech players active in Latvia are headquartered in foreign countries – the United Kingdom, to name one – despite maintaining offices in Riga and employing staff in Latvia

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Siobhan Byron

Unlocking inorganic growth in the U.S. community banking landscape

In the ever-evolving landscape of community banking and credit unions in the United States, the theme of inorganic growth has become more than a trend; it is a pivotal force that can shape the future ...

25 Jan 2024
Santosh Radhakrishnan

No 3. The Evolution of Banking Distribution – From Apps to APIs

Before the introduction of technology, banking had always been a face-to-face business. Yet even personal interactions have evolved from happening anywhere to meetings in coffee/tea shops and then hav...

23 Jan 2024
Brad Strock

Make debit cards add up for your bank

For consumers around the world, debit cards have long been a mainstay of the payments experience. But have you ever considered how this basic banking staple could help you drive growth? From novel con...

18 Jan 2024
Nick Green

Data contract flexibility: Benefits and strategies

Data contract flexibility makes a significant difference in how financial institutions respond to market shifts and manage spend. Why? Because with the right flexibility, institutions can align their...

18 Jan 2024
Nick Green

Overcoming bureau lock-in and leveraging multiple data feeds

An emerging pain point many financial institutions grapple with is ‘bureau lock-in’ – over-reliance on a single credit reporting agency (CRA). This data dependency narrows perspectives to one view, re...

17 Jan 2024
Santosh Radhakrishnan

No 2. The Evolution of Core Banking Technology – From Mainframes to Beyond Cloud

To understand why coreless banking is such a paradigm shift, we must travel back in time and track the evolution of banking channels, products and services. Let’s rewind 60 years to a world before cor...

17 Jan 2024
Raktim Singh

Why 'Agile and Adaptive Banking' is the only survival mantra.

The banking industry is characterized by constant change, and adapting is crucial for capitalizing on opportunities and minimizing risks. The increasing demand for real-time information is causing a c...

12 Jan 2024
Priya Kumari

The Resilience of Credit Unions: Shaping the Future of Consumer Loans

Introduction While credit unions have experienced a slight slowdown in growth, they have proven to be more resistant to market fluctuations compared to banks. Despite facing challenges, credit unions ...

11 Jan 2024
Ken Wan

Harnessing the Power of Monetary Oversight to Tackle Sophisticated Financial Fraud

Thank you to technological advances, it is becoming increasingly convenient for consumers to carry out online transactions, such as online purchases and money transfers by clicking on a link or using ...

11 Jan 2024
Raktim Singh

On Demand Pay

"On-demand pay" allows employees to request a portion of their compensation before the next pay period. This is especially beneficial for personnel who may encounter unanticipated financial ...

10 Jan 2024

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