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Consumers want speed – A leading-edge user experience is key to onboarding success
Date: Dec 04, 2018   |   Author: Richard Hartung | Research Note
The bank onboarding process should be fast, as the most fundamental attribute of an exceptional account opening experience is speed
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Innovative LED lights on cards drive volume at Taishin
Date: Dec 04, 2018   |   Author: Richard Hartung | Case Study
Taishin @GoGo is the fastest growing card in Taiwan. The bank issued 200,000 cards within the first 18 months.
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Emirates NBD named Best Transaction Bank in Middle East and Africa at The Asian Banker Middle East & Africa Risk and Transaction Awards 2018
Date: Nov 30, 2018   |   Author: The Asian Banker | Post Event Report
For delivering twice the growth in deposits relative to the industry, and migrating 97% of its customer base to SMART business, the online channel for corporate clients,Emirates NBD was recognised as Best Cash Management and Transaction Bank in Middle East and Africa at The Asian Banker MEA Risk and Transaction Awards Programme 2018
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Yirendai, China’s largest P2P consumer finance platform, expands beyond lending
Date: Nov 28, 2018   |   Author: Gerald Tai | Case Study
Yirendai, the largest P2P online consumer finance marketplace in China, offers services that are based on technology-driven innovations such as big data powered risk management, data driven customer acquisition and conversion, and anti-fraud technology
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The battle for digital customers - a global perspective
Date: Nov 27, 2018   |   Author: Chris Kapfer | Research Note
Globally, commercial banks have demonstrated that they are not the underdogs when it comes to growing the number of digital users. They compete well in most markets under review against the best neo-banks and digital financial institutions (FIs). However, the dramatic rise in digital user base of neo-banks in recent months may erode this lead.