This is a roundup of industry news and links for the week of August 5th that have informed, entertained, and inspired us.
Here’s our weekly roundup of industry news:
- TOP 5 FINTECH TRENDS THAT WILL DOMINATE 2020 – Individuals need targets, lighthouses that guide us and round numbers are always a decent grapple. That is the reason 2020 is an enormous year of achievement at all levels, additionally in the Fintech business, and 2019 is the last year to affirm that that have been reached or not.
- AI-Based Finance is the Future We Should All be Prepared For – They pretty much aren’t a sector where it wouldn’t be relevant, but there are some that amplify their efficiency to next-level proportions through the implementation of the technology.One of those sectors is Finance and everything that has to do with it. Banking, trading, analysis, lending and etc are the centrepieces which are used to build the AI-based financial future that most companies covet.
- Shaw Welcomes Kurt Frank – Shaw Systems is growing again! Shaw welcomes Kurt Frank to the Richmond office as the Senior Agile Transformation & Program Manager. Kurt reports to Michael Keeley and will be helping us in transitioning our development process from waterfall to Agile in support of our CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery) initiative.
- Regulatory Compliance Update August 2019 – We have reviewed the Compliance News for July 2019. The CFPB is seeking comments on revised Home Mortgage Disclosure Act rules and data. The FDIC has published the final changes to the deposit insurance regulations for joint accounts. The banking regulators have issued the final changes for the small bank version of the Call Report. The IRS has published the updated regulations for 2019 Substitute Forms.
- Three Major Retail Banking Trends Financial Marketers Must Watch – Looking at bank and credit union statistics on a trio of major fronts — deposits, loans and branching — flags strategic issues that planners must address immediately so they aren’t caught unaware. Lending and funding are frequently in close balance these days, and branches remain a key factor for both.