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Celent senior analysts, Banking Group This event is free for Celent clients and the media. Non-clients can attend for a fee of USD $495. Space is limited, so pre-registration is required. Please click here for more information.

Oct 30th, 2012 | Filed under Events
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Zilvinas Bareisis, Senior Analyst, Celent’s Banking Group This event is free to attend for Celent clients, flex-plan clients, and the media. Non-clients can attend for a fee of US$195. If you are unsure of your client status, please contact Steve Nawrocki at +1.617.262.3128 or snawrocki@celent.com. Please click here for more information.

Oct 30th, 2012 | Filed under Events
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Bob Meara, Senior Analyst, Celent’s Banking Group This event is free to attend for Celent clients, flex-plan clients, and the media. Non-clients can attend for a fee of US$195. If you are unsure of your client status, please contact Steve Nawrocki at +1.617.262.3128 or snawrocki@celent.com. Please click here for more information.

Oct 30th, 2012 | Filed under Events
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Reg E required that banks separately and explicitly get customer permission for debit card and ATM overdrafts. This reduced the profitability of retail checking accounts by reducing NSF income to banks, making many checking accounts unprofitable. I discussed this in the Celent report, Reg, Reg Go Away: Sorry Banks, They’re Here to Stay, April 2010  […]

Oct 24th, 2012 | Filed under Retail Banking

With just (just?!) Sibos to go, I’ve now done three different conferences (Commercial Cards & Payments, BAI & AFP) and three very different cities (London, Washington & Miami Beach) in the last 3 weeks. But some similar themes that seem to have run across all three events. These are, in no particular order: Data Whether […]

Oct 24th, 2012 | Filed under Banking, Corporate Banking, Retail Banking

I had the pleasure of attending the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) Annual Conference in Miami Beach this week with several of my colleagues in the Celent banking team. The venue was well attended. I can say it was much more comfortable inside the convention center than being in the Miami hot and humid weather. […]

Oct 21st, 2012 | Filed under Banking, Corporate Banking

Recent launch of the iPhone 5 made me decide that it was time to upgrade my old iPhone 3GS. I knew I was going to stay with my current telco provider (Orange, or as they are now known, EE), so I just went into an Orange shop to discuss my options. To cut a long story short, instead of buying […]

Oct 18th, 2012 | Filed under Banking, Retail Banking

I had the pleasure of attending the Remote Deposit Capture Summit 2012 in Orlando last week. As in prevous years, the Remote Deposit Capture Summit 2012 was a helpful networking event for those who derive their livelihood from RDC. And as in previous years, the number of new faces were few. To my eyes, there […]

Oct 3rd, 2012 | Filed under Banking, Corporate Banking, Retail Banking

My colleagues have already blogged about their hectic conference schedule, and I can sympathise with them. Whilst they are very important and useful, equally they are very hectic and tiring! Next week is BAI in Washington, where all the banking team from the US and Europe will be in attendance, including Robert Mancini, our latest […]

Oct 3rd, 2012 | Filed under Banking, Corporate Banking, Retail Banking

I will be speaking at BAI Wednesday, October 10,9:45 AM. The title of the presentation is, “Mobile Banking from Around the World: What the US Can Learn.” It promises to be an interesting discussion. If you are attending BAI, I would encourage you to attend. From the BAI website: Mobile banking is a global phenomenon […]

Oct 2nd, 2012 | Filed under Banking, Retail Banking