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The FFIEC Guidance on RDC Risk Management published in early 2009 was a watershed event that ushered in widespread concern over the risks inherent in remote deposit capture. The guidance was promulgated by regulators that had no operational experience with the technology. Banks did what they had to do – devote extraordinary effort to ensure […]

Jun 20th, 2013 | Filed under Corporate Banking, Retail Banking

Last week, the Chicago Tribune broke a story that PNC was considering charging fees for its mobile remote deposit capture (RDC). The story prompted this action even though I have previously commented on the topic. Should banks charge for mRDC, especially when data suggests many consumers would be willing to pay? Heck no! Why leave […]

Mar 14th, 2013 | 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

Happy new year! I thought it would be fun to recap 2011 by calling out the top 10 posts on our blog from 2011. The following list is based on total number of unique visits to each of these posts. Some of these are bang on as far as topic interest goes others may be […]

Jan 4th, 2012 | Filed under Corporate Banking, Retail Banking

We’ve all witnessed how difficult it has become for retail banking to dig itself out of its retrospectively misplaced devotion to free checking. The recent brouhaha over several banks’ attempt to recover lost debit card interchange through monthly fees gives testimony to just how challenging this new climate has become. After a decade of training […]

Dec 12th, 2011 | Filed under Banking, Retail Banking

OK, just kidding. But, there is an interesting irony related to RDC that I’d like to highlight. Risk concerns loom large among the majority of U.S. financial institutions that haven’t yet made RDC available to consumers and mobile banking users. Other banks are throttling small business RDC initiatives, in part, because of risk concerns. Clearly, […]

Dec 2nd, 2011 | Filed under Banking, Retail Banking

It wasn’t long ago, detractors of mobile remote deposit capture (RDC) offered three objections: • It won’t work • No one would use it • It’s too risky The first two objections have been thoroughly refuted through the positive experience enjoyed by the relatively few financial institutions thus far willing to challenge the status quo. […]

Sep 8th, 2011 | Filed under Banking, Retail Banking

Making occasional check deposits using one’s cell phone camera is a great idea. Mobile RDC is a strong concept for its convenience, cost effectiveness and ubiquity. It’s a win-win for financial institutions and customers alike. Yet two things are causing FIs to move with extreme caution: risk and compliance. A recent Chase announcement suggests that […]

Feb 23rd, 2011 | Filed under Banking, Retail Banking

Following on a February 2009 announcement with MFoundary, Mitek announced in December it had formed a strategic partnership with ClairMail to integrate its Mobile Deposit capability with ClairMail’s mobile banking platform. In so doing, the companies are making it faster and easier for US FIs with existing mobile banking solutions to offer mobile deposit (a.k.a. […]

Dec 9th, 2009 | Filed under Uncategorized

Now that the dust has settled on remote deposit capture, RDC, for commercial customers, a relatively small number of financial institutions are looking towards measured expansion of the technology to include wealth management, micro business and private banking clients. Some even contemplate making RDC available to a broad consumer base using suitably equipped mobile phones […]

Aug 11th, 2009 | Filed under Banking, Corporate Banking, Retail Banking