Community bankers’ awakening to new possibilities has made for an impactful year and will help position community banks to flourish in 2022 and beyond.
As more customers moved online, fraudsters took advantage of new and increasingly inventive opportunities to commit remote authentication fraud. Experts say community banks can use education, biometrics and solid cybersecurity practices to fight this growing area of crime.
Offering digital lending isn’t about the bells and whistles. It provides a real ROI, including increased efficiencies, more loan originations and a way to attract and retain customers. Community bankers tell us why
It only took a few years for the U.S. payments space to see the development of game-changing faster payments technologies, and consumers are taking notice. Experts say the time is now for community banks to prepare for a future where these speedier transactions are the new normal.
Whether it’s a bank employee or a contractor, effective cybersecurity procedures and practices are paramount to protecting the bank, its employees and its customers.
Steven Giles of Central Bank of Kansas City and Donald J. Hawkins of kinly meet in Westwood Hills, Kan. The community bank and the fintech have forged a symbiotic partnership.