How Banks Win the Battle for Prepaid CustomersMay 08, 2013Banks can leverage current assets to grow their share of the younger and underbanked customer segments through prepaid products, as long as they keep in mind what these customers are looking for.
Banking the Unbankable Requires a Targeted EffortFebruary 28, 2012To tap the growing number of unbanked and underbanked consumers worldwide, banks need to be more aggressive in offering services and products specifically designed for the market.
3 Hot Banking Markets Beyond the ObviousFebruary 27, 2012When it comes to identifying potential geographic markets for growth and investment, banks have been focusing on the prominent BRIC nations: Brazil, Russia, India and China. While these four countries are attractive to financial services organizations se
New Strategies for Retail Banks in the Post-Crisis EraAugust 08, 2011Ernst & Young's 2011 Global Banking Survey identifies the challenges and operational implications of refocusing on the consumer, especially when considered in combination with the host of regulatory changes being implemented.
KPMG Study: Reconsidering the Underserved MarketAugust 03, 2011Banks have barely tapped the $1 trillion market of the unbanked and underbanked. According to a recent KPMG study, they do so profitably with the right tools and risk management practices.