Banking

Is working from home the future? Label me a skeptic, says Jamie Dimon

  • Jamie Dimon isn't all talk and no action when it comes to him being at odds with the remote working culture in the banking industry.
  • Dimon’s fresh words and a recap of his persistent aversion to the WFH ideation reflect that the era of hybrid work is finally over for executives at the Wall Street bank.
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SMB Finance, The People Starting Things

The magic behind serial entrepreneurship: How Suneera Madhani is translating the learnings from her first fintech to the second

  • Building a fintech isn't a task for the faint of heart, especially given the current climate. But case studies like Suneera Madhani show that it not only gets easier every time you set out to build a fintech from the ground up, it also allows you to work on the ecosystem rather than just a narrow problem set.
  • Madhani's story is an instructive example of how aspiring entrepreneurs can find the right muse, how they should build their networks and what levers they should pull to build successful business models.
Rabab Ahsan | July 16, 2024
Banking

Innovating for the Silver Economy: Insights from Charlie’s approach to senior-focused financial services

  • America's aging population provides a challenge and an opportunity for financial services providers to service customers and protect them from bad actors.
  • From AI-driven fraud protection to innovative wealth decumulation strategies, Charlie's CEO Kevin Nazemi offers insights into the future of personalized banking for seniors and the broader implications for the financial services industry.
Zachary Miller | July 15, 2024
Banking, Making better partnerships

Why bank-fintech partnerships go sour and how to prevent the hug of death

  • Fintechs perform best when they can move fast and focus on growth, but when partnering up with big banks, some fintechs can experience the "hug of death".
  • This hug keeps the fintech from focusing on its own priorities and instead diverts its attentions to what the banks needs and locks it in a cycle of meetings and bureaucracy. Fintechs that want to avoid getting over indexed need to focus on establishing clear boundaries from the start and keeping the scope of the partnership in check.
Rabab Ahsan | June 28, 2024
Member Exclusive, SMB Finance

How Relay, a Toronto-based neobank, is gaining ground in the US SMB market

  • What motivated Relay's Canadian founders to target the US market?
  • Co-founder & CEO Yoseph West shares about Relay's US SMB target market, growth strategies, and the challenges associated with serving this segment
Sara Khairi | June 27, 2024
Banking, Path to growth

How Majority’s immigrant focus doubled users and is on track to reach $2 billion of deposits in a year

  • Growing neobanks and fintechs that focus on niche consumer segments is difficult because t's become easier for big banks to branch out and start to cater to niche consumer segments.
  • One immigrant focused fintech, Majority, has emerged stronger. Dive into how the firm has used a 'diaspora by diaspora' strategy and community engagement to double its user growth.
Rabab Ahsan | June 21, 2024
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