Weekly 10-Q: Wells Fargo makes headway in delivering digital solutions with ‘Vantage’

  • Wells Fargo's new 'Vantage' platform provides financial solutions and services all in one place -- giving it a competitive edge over its rivals.
  • And, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan seems confident not jumping on the layoff bandwagon despite rising revenue pressures.

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Weekly 10-Q: Wells Fargo makes headway in delivering digital solutions with ‘Vantage’

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Wells Fargo makes headway in delivering digital solutions with 'Vantage'

Aimed at its corporate investment and commercial banking clients, Wells Fargo has rolled out a new online portal, 'Vantage'.

The new offering leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning designed to address customers' demands for customized solutions.

The product is accessible to all of the bank's clients, including early-stage startups, global corporations, and investment banking customers.

The AI tech taps into Wells Fargo’s existing client database to predict what the customer might require at a particular step of their financial journey or when they grow in order to achieve their financial goals. Vantage will also provide advanced insights to its clients regarding important money matters.

The digital platform offers the bank's suite of financial solutions and services all in one place -- giving it a competitive edge over its rivals.

The platform will work in tandem with the bank’s virtual assistant, Fargo – which launched in October this year – as well as its existing Commercial Electronic Office Portal – or CEO Portal – which launched over two decades ago to serve its commercial banking, corporate, and investment banking clients.

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Bank of America CEO doesn’t see the need for layoffs

While rivals including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley reduce staff ahead of a potential recession in 2023 -- Bank of America CEO, Moynihan, and his CFO seems confident not jumping on the layoff bandwagon. However, as the bank seeks to minimize expenses amid revenue pressures, it is strategizing to adjust its headcount -- by allowing positions to go unfilled as employees voluntarily depart, moving people around, and retraining them as needed. (Bloomberg)

Coinbase CEO expects the exchange's FY2022 revenue to plunge by 50%

Coinbase CEO, Brian Armstrong, indicated that the company's revenue will plunge 50% this year compared to FY2021. The anticipation comes from the prolonged crypto winter, the impact of the economic downturn sweeping key players in the space, followed by bigger blows due to a string of high-profile collapses -- which has smashed investor confidence in digital assets. Shares of Coinbase were up 2.74% on Thursday, but have plunged 82% year-to-date. (Business Insider)

Deutsche Bank partners with NVIDIA to fuel AI solutions

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Intuit QuickBooks Online and AvidXchange have released an invoice-to-pay API integration. With this new solution, QuickBooks Online users can add an accounts payable and payment solution that is fully automated, end-to-end, and cloud-based. This includes automatic syncing of accounting codes, vendor information, invoices, and payments, adding more transparency to payments data. (The Paypers)

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Robinhood launches 'Robinhood Retirement' savings accounts

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