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.
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.
While many financial institutions are relying more on business analytics and intelligence for decision making, they need to first ensure the accuracy of the information feeding these statistics and ensure that each customer has a single record within a central database.
By Erick Christensen and Aaron Kahler, Capgemini | May 10, 2013
In the final article in a three-part series on FATCA compliance, we explain why banks need to look for solutions that help them collect and analyze customer identification information to help with compliance in multiple areas beyond FATCA.