Opinion on Retail Banking and Lending in North America

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Yodlee: stepping beyond basic aggregation

Published By Datamonitor
23 Jul 2001
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CommentWire

Yodlee: account aggregation for the pros

The service, run in partnership with OneCore, allows small businesses to display their different financial accounts on a single page. Extending account aggregation's capabilities to business users could be a major part of the service's future. In some ways, the concept is better suited to SME users than to individual consumers.

Published By Datamonitor
07 Mar 2002
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Wells Fargo's new ATMs will boost customer goodwill

The US bank Wells Fargo is rolling out a network of new ATMs that will present a tailored interface to each customer based on their previous usage patterns, and will include one-touch access to their most used requests. This development will add value to what is an often overlooked channel and should improve customers' perceptions of the bank.

Published By Datamonitor
28 Feb 2013
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Wells Fargo branches: less is more

Wells Fargo is launching a smaller mini-branch format that will allow it to operate in areas where normally sized branches are unviable. Reducing branch size will result in significantly lower operating costs. This means that banks can continue to keep branches - still a vital acquisition tool - despite the continuing migration of customers to digital channels.

Published By Datamonitor
17 Apr 2013
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CommentWire

Web 2.0 holds promises and threats for online banking

Web 2.0 technologies represent a means through which retail banks can more accurately serve the modern consumer. As such, many banks appreciate the benefits that such technologies could bring to their online offerings, such as a new, more customizable and interactive internet experience. However, they remain cautious about implementing the technology due to perceived security implications.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Sep 2008
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CommentWire

Wealth management: the rush to pick up the pieces

The global wealth management market is now seeing a number of M&A deals, with Kleinwort Benson and parts of ING's private banking division now under the hammer. Yet the actual number of top-tier businesses coming to market remains small and competition for these assets is becoming fierce as more wealth managers get back on their feet, making it essential to move cautiously and strategically.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Sep 2009
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Wealth management IT spending to top $28 billion by 2012

The mass affluent market remains a growth opportunity for the banking sector as the asset base of typical investors grows. According to Datamonitor research, spending by financial services firms on front-to-back wealth management IT in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific will reach $28.5 billion by 2012 as they increase investment in the technology to cope with regulations and stay competitive.

Published By Datamonitor
25 Oct 2007
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Walmart is now a serious competitor to US banks and issuers

Walmart and American Express recently announced the launch of Bluebird, a packaged prepaid card and account service designed for low income consumers. Unlike other prepaid card accounts, the service has minimal fees and can be used for a range of traditional banking services.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Oct 2012
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Wall Street: despised by Americans, according to Bloomberg

The recent Bloomberg National Poll reveals negative consumer sentiment towards the banking community is still present in the US, with over 50% of those surveyed expressing an unfavorable opinion about these institutions. However, Datamonitor's Financial Services Consumer Insight survey may bring some reassurance to industry players.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Mar 2010
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Wal-Mart: banking battle looms

Wal-Mart has told US banking regulators it has no plans to open any bank branches. The retail titan is seeking to set up limited banking operations to generate payment transaction savings, but the plans have the US banking industry worried that this is the start of a Wal-Mart entry into consumer finance.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Apr 2006

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