October, 2022

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Cross-border payment plays rev up

Payments Dive

The Clearing House, Swift and rivals are jostling to speed up cross-border payments, with collaboration and competition likely to emerge at an international conference this week.

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Abrigo CEO Wayne Roberts announces retirement

Abrigo

Abrigo announced the retirement of Chief Executive Officer Wayne Roberts and the company’s search for its next CEO. . Roberts, who joined the company in 2016, is stepping back to focus more time on personal interests and passions. In addition to dedicating himself to growing the company over the past 6 years, Wayne served as the primary caregiver to his wife, Shannon, during her battle with glioblastoma brain cancer.

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Brad M. Bolton: FedNow and faster digital payments

Independent Banker

Photo by Chris Williams. “FedNow can be another positive differentiator for our nation’s community banks, but we must be ready for this real-time service and its 24/7/365 requirements.”. We’ve been working toward a faster payments future for a decade now, and we’re finally seeing the fruits of our labor: the launch of FedNow. Our efforts to encourage the Fed to offer an instant payments solution have led to this result; it was our voices that expedited FedNow’s time to market, with the Fed updat

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Intix launches xCOMPLY to help financial institutions navigate the evolving regulatory landscape

Bobsguide

Intix is proud to launch xCOMPLY to help financial institutions deal with compliance operations more efficiently. Regulatory requirements are becoming more and more complex, and financial institutions know that access to transaction data has become a must. However, the evolution of the regulatory landscape means that transparency on the business context of transactions has become vital. xCOMPLY achieves this by helping financial institutions to know their transaction (KYT) in a holistic and deep

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Why is CRE Lending Stuck in the Past? Top 3 Reasons for Digital Resistance

Commercial lending is on the verge of a resurgence, but traditional processes are an obstacle. Explore the top 3 reasons for resistance to digital transformation and how overcoming them can pave the way for growth and efficiency. Discover why embracing automation and digital solutions is crucial for success in today's competitive landscape. Discover how GoDocs helps commercial lenders in the digital era with seamless integration and a borrower-focused approach.

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FTC issues advance notice of proposed rulemaking on “junk fees”

CFPB Monitor

On October 20, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced that it is issuing an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“ANPR” or “Notice”) to address “junk fees,” a term used in the Notice to refer to “unfair or deceptive fees that are charged for goods and services that have little or no added value to the consumer.”. In announcing the Notice, the FTC said it is seeking public comment on “the harms stemming from junk fees and associated junk fee practices and on whether a new rule wou

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Afterpay adds monthly BNPL option

Payments Dive

The Block-owned buy now-pay later provider is growing beyond its “pay in 4” plans by adding a financing option for pricier purchases.

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2022 ATM & Self-Service Software Trends

ATM Marketplace

The world is finding its way to a new normal and the role ATMs have in our society is as well. While cash is still very popular, the events of the last few years have supercharged a shift in the way banks and ATMs provide services customers. Download this report to see the latest trends.

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The FFIEC’s Architecture, Infrastructure, and Operations book

Cisco

The Federal Financial Institutions Evaluation Council (FFIEC) is a governmental body that provides interagency regulatory guidance for financial institutions. This provides a consistent framework for different regulatory bodies, and applies to the OCC, Federal Reserve, CSRB, and others. In June 2021, following large cyber attacks on the United States and the resulting Executive order on Cyber security, the FFIEC released the largest update in guidance in over a decade to help financial auditors

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AutoRek wins in ‘Payments Innovation’ category at Scottish Financial Technology Awards 2022

Bobsguide

Leading fintech company AutoRek is delighted to have been recognised at the Scottish Financial Technology Awards 2022 , held on Thursday, 6 October, where it won in the ‘Payments Innovation’ category. The judges said AutoRek demonstrated clear market fit and praised both its level of innovation and laser-focused commitment to solving a specific but widespread problem in the industry.

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Register Now: Sneak Peek Into Close Automation SkyStem Web Demo

Technology is rapidly changing the way accountants perform and manage month-end activities. Spreadsheets, email, and shared drives no longer have to slow us down. Join us as we present a "sneak peek" recorded demo of SkyStem's month-end close solution – ART. In under four weeks, your team can start reaping the benefits of month-end close automation by vastly reducing spreadsheets, cut down on reconciliation work, speed up the month-end close, and better manage your remote team.

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New California laws place limits on GAP insurance

CFPB Monitor

Two recently-passed bills in California, Assembly Bill 2311 (“AB 2311”) and Senate Bill 1311 (”SB 1311”), were signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom on September 13 and September 27, respectively, placing new restrictions on the sale of Guaranteed Asset Protection (“GAP”) waivers in California. The new laws limit the price of GAP waivers, add new disclosure requirements, ban GAP waiver sales in certain instances, and prohibit financing of GAP insurance in auto loans to servicemembers.

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Oligarch renounces Russian citizenship over Ukraine war

TheGuardian

Oleg Tinkov, who has previously spoken out against the conflict, says he won’t be associated with a ‘fascist country’ The billionaire banker and entrepreneur Oleg Tinkov has renounced his Russian citizenship because of the conflict in Ukraine, which he has previously criticised. “I have taken the decision to exit my Russian citizenship. I can’t and won’t be associated with a fascist country that started a war with their peaceful neighbour and killing innocent people daily,” Tinkov said.

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Fed majority votes to finalize debit rule

Payments Dive

In a 6-1 vote, the Federal Reserve finalized a debit card processing rule that underscores a requirement that multiple card networks be available for routing transactions, including online.

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Why mobile apps need to deliver entire banking experience

ATM Marketplace

In an age where customers are more willing than ever to switch banking providers, banks need to step up their game when it comes to mobile apps.

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2024 Lending Outlook: Innovations and Evolutions in the Financial Sector

As we step into 2024, the lending landscape evolves rapidly with technology, regulations, and market dynamics driving change. For banks and financial institutions to stay competitive and meet the evolving needs of their customers, these drivers must be understood and engaged with. Lenders can anticipate significant transformation fueled by technological advancements, regulatory shifts, and changing consumer behaviors.

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Asset liability management best practices in a rising-rate environment

ABA Community Banking

Asset-liability managers haven’t seen a rate environment like this in a generation. Experts provide tips on how to pivot. The post Asset liability management best practices in a rising-rate environment appeared first on ABA Banking Journal.

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Digital transformation too risky during a recession? Not so fast

BankInovation

Global economic instability has made rough waters, and balancing the books nowadays is a tough job, to say the least. Conventional advice on how organizations should behave in a tumultuous economic environment has been to do everything possible to cut costs across departments and ride out the storm. However, paying little attention to furthering investments […].

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Plaid report shows 84% of UK consumers rely on fintech to manage money

The Paypers

US-based Open Banking operator Plaid has published The Fintech Effect report that shows 84% of UK consumers use fintech for money management in 2022.

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No U-turn from Jeremy Hunt on scrapping bankers’ bonus cap

TheGuardian

New chancellor made no mention of policy in economic update, but Treasury sources confirm he will go ahead with controversial move Hunt rips up most of Kwarteng’s mini-budget UK politics: all today’s developments – live The new chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, is pressing on with plans to scrap the bankers’ bonus cap, protecting one of the most divisive policies from his predecessor’s disastrous mini-budget.

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Addressing Top Enterprise Challenges in Generative AI with DataRobot

The buzz around generative AI shows no sign of abating in the foreseeable future. Enterprise interest in the technology is high, and the market is expected to gain momentum as organizations move from prototypes to actual project deployments. Ultimately, the market will demand an extensive ecosystem, and tools will need to streamline data and model utilization and management across multiple environments.

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JPMorgan doubles down on gaming firm tie

Payments Dive

The bank said it invested in the regulated gaming company Sightline Payments this week, following an agreement earlier this year to be the firm’s primary merchant acquirer.

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What's the current state of digital cards?

ATM Marketplace

Although some consumers have embraced digital cards in light of COVID-19, others remain concerned about security breaches. In light of all of this, we must ask the question: What's the current state of digital cards and where are they headed?

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USDA provides nearly $800 million in loan relief, more aid to come

ABA Community Banking

The relief effort is part of the $3.1 billion allocated by the Inflation Reduction Act for distressed borrowers of USDA loans. The post USDA provides nearly $800 million in loan relief, more aid to come appeared first on ABA Banking Journal.

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Prelim’s 5 Steps to Better Treasury Services

BankInovation

Think of this less like one of those WikiHow articles you pilfer through when you don’t know how to dance at a wedding or fix a flat tire (although these skills are very, very important) and more like an Atul Gawande checklist to building a modern Treasury Services department at a bank. Do you use […].

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Need Curated Pre-foreclosure Lists to Generate New Real Estate Leads? Trellis Has the Data!

Trellis is a state trial court research and analytics platform that provides Real Estate Professionals (Buyers, Foreclosure, Loan Modification, etc.) with LEADS on Pre-Foreclosures, Lis Pendes, Distressed Assets and more — to help uncover **new** opportunities and grow their business. The process is quick and easy — and all in real time. Trellis will supply you with a link to the relevant dockets, a Leads sheet and access to its UI where applicable.

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The Big Tech in Fintech Report: How Meta, Apple, Google, & Amazon are battling for the future of financial services

CB Insights

Fintech funding has taken a beating this year after a record-shattering 2021, but big tech companies are still keen on the space. The tech giants — such as Meta, Apple, Google, and Amazon — are well-positioned to do well in fintech, one key reason being that they all have far-reaching platforms with gigantic user bases. This creates opportunities to seamlessly integrate financial services into existing products through partnerships or in-house efforts, scale them up with ease to reach users alre

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UK banks brace for ‘windfall tax’ to help plug £40bn hole in public finances

TheGuardian

No commitment yet to cut banking surcharge after corporation tax U-turn, leaving sector face headline tax rate of 33% UK banks are steeling themselves for a windfall tax by stealth as the new chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, tries to plug a £40bn hole in the public finances. City lobbyists are concerned that banks will not be compensated for Hunt’s U-turn on corporation tax, which will now mean the levy rises from 19% to 25% next year.

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Durbin maps path for card bill

Payments Dive

Sen. Dick Durbin and his Republican ally, Sen. Roger Marshall, seek to attach their credit card competition legislation to a defense spending bill.

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Webinar analyzes findings of 2022 ATM and self-service software trends report

ATM Marketplace

As banks have had to make adjustments in light of COVID-19 and customer expectations, they have had to rely more, not less, on self-service channels, including ATMs. A webinar sponsored by KAL ATM Software analyzed findings of the 2022 ATM and self-service software trends report on how the ATM industry is evolving.

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

Marketing technology is essential for B2B marketers to stay competitive in a rapidly changing digital landscape — and with 53% of marketers experiencing legacy technology issues and limitations, they’re researching innovations to expand and refine their technology stacks. To help practitioners keep up with the rapidly evolving martech landscape, this special report will discuss: How practitioners are integrating technologies and systems to encourage information-sharing between departments and pr