By Adrian Ungureanu and Tony Tummillo, Capco | May 22, 2013
This article - the first in a two part series - looks at the successes some banks have had with e-signature adoption and examines some of the remaining barriers regarding regulation and organizational silos that still exist in adopting e-signatures in the financial services sector.
After PayPal launched a program last week offering free transaction processing for merchants who switch to its point of sale card reader, Square hit back yesterday by announcing it will be offering a P2P payments service via email.
By Chris Silveira, Guardian Analytics | May 21, 2013
Fraudsters have developed a variety of methods for initiating fraudulent wire transfers, but a security approach based on data and analytics from customer behavior can be an effective countermeasure to these wire fraud schemes.
By Glen Fossella, CTS North America | May 20, 2013
While many banks are rethinking their long-term strategy for expensive branch networks, there are steps banks can take now to reduce costs and inefficiencies in the branch while providing a better customer experience.
As financial education becomes more paramount for financial institutions because of consumer and regulator demand, the Museum of American Finance is now offering a free financial education with free admission on Saturdays in a program sponsored by private equity firm Southport Lane.
Vendor management is becoming more important from a compliance standpoint as regulators scrutinize banks’ third-party relationships, and achieving that compliance begins with crafting a clearly defined contract.
New research from FIS shows that a number of consumers, particularly those that use foreign account transfers, would be willing to pay a fee to get their payments processed in real-time by their primary bank.