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Branch Networks: Where do we go from here - Part 2

30 June 2010  |  2274 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

In my recent blog on branches I got some reader feedback that leads me to believe that some have interpreted my positive slant on the effectiveness of direct channels as evidence that I am 'against' branches. This is not the case. However, I do think that branch networks are currently in a precarious situation and bank's might find themselves sadd...

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Brett KingMoven - New York

Branch Networks: Where do we go from here?

28 June 2010  |  6320 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

I’ve spent the better part of the last three months meeting and talking to some of the best and brightest bankers in Australia, Asia, UK and the USA and what I’ve learned is fairly predictable, and just a little disappointing. Direct banking (mostly Internet and Mobile) is going off everywhere I go, but most banks are still saddled with an unhealt...

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SME Banking and Cloud Computing - Great Partners

24 June 2010  |  8230 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

I met Friday with Mike Hirst, CEO of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, one of the top banks in Australia today. As we discussed the need for community banks to get better at servicing SME business needs mo

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Brett KingMoven - New York

BANK 2.0: Mobile AdServing or Offer Management?

16 June 2010  |  4338 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

With the massive activity in the mobile Ad space arena at the moment, I’m amazed that there is so little focus on this by Bank marketing teams. It shows a level of ignorance that is staggering. The

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Brett KingMoven - New York

Mobile banking needs more sensible data plans

15 June 2010  |  3928 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

The greatest competitive differentiation a mobile operator can give me today is an always on data plan across devices. Right now I have an iPhone, a Blackberry, an iPad and a Mac and I effectively hav...

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Brett KingMoven - New York

Are banks to big to change?

11 June 2010  |  3958 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Reformists and regulators in the US, in the EU and in other jurisdictions are grappling with the problem of massive banks and how their financial health is tied up with the very vitality of the econom...

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Brett KingMoven - New York

Social media empowers community banks

07 June 2010  |  7097 views  |  0  |  Recommends 3

Community banks and credit unions have been around since the mid 1800s. Unlike most commercial banks which exist as publicly listed companies, credit unions and community banks are normally not-for-pr...

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Brett KingMoven - New York

Facebook isn't dangerous - it's just different

02 June 2010  |  6557 views  |  4  |  Recommends 0

Last week my esteemed colleague Robert Siciliano blogged about the Dangers of Facebook. This was in response to collective pressure on Facebook's privacy policies and the various media coverage relate...

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