Is Fighting Financial Crime a Tougher Challenge For Challenger Banks?

Is Fighting Financial Crime a Tougher Challenge For Challenger Banks?

Challenger Banks have undoubtedly been a great idea as they have redefined banking with a brand-new model. But they cannot side-step the foundational principle, i.e. banking is a business of trust – something that can be impacted with just one unexpected incident. While their innovative customer-centric strategies make Challenger Banks agile and responsive, the rush to make customer onboarding fast and effortless also makes them more vulnerable to the growing threat of financial crimes.

Tackling Money Mule Frauds During Covid- 19

Tackling Money Mule Frauds During Covid- 19

There’s a rise in fraudsters taking advantage of the socio-economic conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic, to pull off money mule scams. Besides stealing economic stimulus payments and unemployment benefits, money mule fraudsters are flourishing on opportunities during the crisis.

Deepfake Frauds: Will Banks be the Next Stop?

Deepfake Frauds: Will Banks be the Next Stop?

Where there’s money, there’s crime. Trust fraudsters to leverage new technology in their commitment to gain access to accounts, or to set up accounts or steal money. It is just a matter of time before deepfake becomes another method for digital rogues to defraud banks.

Ciao Dear Cheque! By when will the brave survivor of the digital era depart?

Ciao Dear Cheque! By when will the brave survivor of the digital era depart?

Cut to the beginning of the last decade when the cheque began going through an existential crisis. With digital payments rapidly creating a cashless economy, the cheque has begun heading for the exit door. But there are vast populations that still rely on cheques for transferring funds, so a complete shift to a cashless / paperless economy & society is still a little away.

What Stops Banks From Creating ‘Segment of 1’ Personalized Experiences?

What Stops Banks From Creating ‘Segment of 1’ Personalized Experiences?

Trust, in-person interactions, reasonably good response levels, absence of alternative options – were some of the reasons that brought people to banks before the era of digital and banking domain monopsony. The strategy worked well and it helped create predictable growth and profitability – until the level playing field tilted.

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