The first rounds of PPP helped more than five million small businesses in the United States in the amount of $525 billion in funding, but not without a dark side to the program.
With the promise that the pandemic will eventually be behind us, everyone is trying to predict the “next normal” and imagine if they have what it will take to succeed — or even survive — in a post-pandemic economy.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is critical that you and your institution’s employees exercise caution and remain nimble in your cyber defenses to prevent falling victim to one of the many attacks and scams.
Most financial institutions understand the power of digital. The more pressing question, though, is how an organization brings all the components together to turn digital transformation into reality.
Three issues to consider as branches & lobbies begin to open in Texas
With limited resources and technology, community banks must leverage automation to help them create efﬁciencies around fraud and risk management so they can better serve corporate clients.
The fintech core startups that are attempting to disrupt the market are not to a point where it is a safe decision for community banks to climb aboard, and the grass is not always greener on the other side of a conversion.
Banks and other financial institutions are faced with the critical challenge of ensuring the protection of their people, assets and information. Security officers should utilize an ongoing assessment program to monitor and respond to changing risks.
#MeToo brought sexual harassment out of the shadows and into the mainstream. The ripple effects have been felt in companies and organizations, large and small, from coast to coast.
The bank-core relationship is fundamental to meeting the needs of bank customers and this requires strong collaboration in a rapidly evolving and ultra-competitive marketplace.