Corporate banking is not known for its speedy innovation, but fintech companies have finally placed banks on the defensive, forcing them to knock down silos, rethink antiquated processes, and implement technology-driven solutions or risk relationships and revenue. Technology initiatives such as blockchain, faster payments, and the user experience will become major topics in 2016 as commercial banks try to modernize.
Join research director Christine Barry and her team to help prepare for the year ahead as they overview the top trends in wholesale banking.
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View our 2016 top 10 trends in wholesale banking infographic here.
Nancy Atkinson is a senior analyst with more than 20 years of experience in wholesale banking. She specializes in straight-through business-to-business (B2B) payments processing issues and the technology supporting them, viewing the industry from a global perspective. Her research includes end-user surveys of large corporations and middle-market companies.
Christine Barry serves as research director for Aite Group's Wholesale Banking practice, focusing on the strategies and technology implementations of global banks of all sizes. Her recent research has addressed global cash management trends and technologies, capturing the valuable small-business customer, corporate mobile banking, the drivers of global core banking system replacement, remote deposit capture, and best practices for community banks and credit unions.
David O’Connell is a senior analyst with Aite Group’s Wholesale Banking team, where his primary coverage area is lending. A former commercial lender of 14 years, Mr. O’Connell brings to his lending coverage extensive hands-on and granular knowledge of banks’ challenges in building businesses that lend safely, cost-effectively, and at scale. Broadly scoped, Mr.