With somewhere between 40-70m underbanked in the United States alone, there are significant opportunities to re-think where these individuals fit in the banking landscape. Since the introduction of the Durbin amendment the likelihood of more of this segment entering the mainstream banking sphere is further reduced. How will mobile payments and pre-paid debit cards effect [...]
This is the banking literary event of the year! Sponsored by Sapient, Geezeo, Marshall Cavendish and organized by Success Inc make sure you are in New York at the Roosevelt hotel this Thursday the 29th of July. Bank 2.0 is the bestselling book on the future of banking which examines changing consumer behavior, the impact [...]
As the UK release date for BANK 2.0 rapidly approaches (just 6 days to go), I’m flattered to see that the book is getting some blog traction and some mindshare in the EU. Here are a few links to some nice pieces on BANK 2.0 and covering my blog…
Thanks to Usability-Freunde.de, Bank-Zweinull.de, Banca due zero, Cyberlibris, Social Banking 2.0 (Lochmaier), Bankervision!