Live Oak Bank CTO Brian Lora talks about how the bank’s cloud-based infrastructure helps it stay resilient and rapidly go remote when hurricanes, or a global pandemic, strikes.
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Amid the coronavirus pandemic, cybersecurity and fraud analysts have noted an uptick in “money mule” scams. Banks increasingly need to be on the lookout for the telltale signs of these scams.
Amid the global coronavirus pandemic—and a massive response by policymakers—how can community banks best meet customer and employee needs while managing their balance sheets and loan portfolios?
Two rising community bank executives in North Carolina share lessons in career development and leadership.
The wealth management business is in a race to engage today’s diverse asset management customers. Top wealth management executive Gunjan Kedia explains what U.S. Bank is doing to better serve women in the marketplace amid sweeping demographic changes.
With just 44,000 residents, how did the town of Columbus, Indiana, become one of the nation’s leading architectural destinations — ranked sixth of all U.S. cities for architectural innovation and design? The answer: a community bank president named J. Irwin Miller.
Two challenges for today’s anti-money laundering professionals: focusing on high-value functions and eliminating false positives that consume unnecessary resources. Nicholas Piccininni, who leads a 1,500-person financial crimes risk management team at Wells Fargo, explains how Wells puts technology to use to tackle these challenges.
With $1.57 billion in assets, HAB Bank isn’t big — but it’s a community bank with global reach. The New York-based institution provides correspondent banking services for 140 banks in 20 countries, primarily in South Asia and East Asia. Saleem Iqbal discusses how HAB Bank competes in this global marketplace.
It takes a “diversity of imagination” to drive innovation in community banking, says Lead Bank CEO and Vice Chairman Josh Rowland.
For a long time, AML, cybersecurity and fraud prevention were seen as have-to-dos and cost centers, says Juan C. Zarate. “Today, management of financial crime risk is now a fundamental part of banking.”