Retail Banking Insights

Part 2: Figuring out where KBA fits in mobile account acquisition

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The mechanics of KBA, how it has changed, where KBA fits into mobile and how it assists Financial Institutions

The Argus-Equifax Approach: Acquiring Profitable Checking Accounts Through Advanced Targeting

Hitting the Mark on Profitable Checking Account Acquisitions

Mass marketing approaches are no longer likely to result in acquiring profitable checking accounts; however, data-driven targeting can help.

Part 1: Figuring out where Knowledge-based Authentication (KBA) fits in mobile account acquisition

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As the financial industry continues its push into mobile channels, many banks are exploring how KBA fits into a mobile account origination process.

Webinar: Digital Identity Verification for Fraud Mitigation

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Online and mobile commerce is increasing exponentially – unfortunately so is fraud based on stolen or fake identities. Combating identity-based fraud is challenging, but the key to success is a multi-phase approach − one that encompasses identity verification and big data for fraud mitigation. Join us for a complimentary webinar with Information Security Media Group: [Read More…]

Webinar – eSignatures and compliance – bullish on eSignature adoption

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A group of over 200 webinar attendees showed themselves bullish about eSignatures at a webinar discussing electronic signature legal issues. The webinar addressed the legal background for eSignatures and electronic records in general for mortgage lending. Margo Tank, counsel for Electronic Signature and Records Association (ESRA) as well as a leading eCommerce lawyer and partner at [Read More…]

Cell Side: Mobilizing the Smart Phone Banking Experience

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With banks digging deep in their pockets for additional smart phone banking funds, here are five takeaways on consumer mobile banking demands.

Selling Mortgage Loans? Time to Brush Up on the New Laws

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Under the Dodd-Frank Act, mortgage loans now require stricter qualifications from lenders prior to approval to meet compliance standards.