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The inverted yield curve is escalating banks’ often technology-driven efforts to gather deposits.
Deposits, loans, data and efficiency top the list of strategic priorities for community and regional financial institutions, according to a recent survey of CEOs conducted by Jack Henry.
Understanding how to apply data knowledge to the customer experience can set banks apart from the competition.
Survey findings reveal that marketers play a key role in the data strategy of their banks and that bank marketers see an opportunity for their institutions to improve data’s use.
As banks approach two key asset thresholds—$500 million and especially $1 billion — they must begin preparing for new risks and regulatory expectations. Many of them play out in the audit committee.
For Bernard Tynes, realizing the power of marketing takes the perfect combination of gut feeling and hard information.
People expect to be treated individually and in a way that aligns with their values—in every business relationship.
Banks can become less reliant on third-party lead aggregators and reduce their cost of acquisition by better using what they already know.