BY SCOTT GOLDTHWAITE ON NOVEMBER 14, 2021

Let’s face it: Banks aren’t naturally set up to innovate. To come up with the next great idea, companies have to be prepared to move fast and break things. Banks are intentionally designed to prevent this kind of behavior. They are sturdy and layered in security and approvals, and for good reason—we need the backbone of our financial system to be stable and reliable.

Still, banks have to respond to changing demands from their customers, from consumers to multinational businesses. Due to Covid-19, consumers and companies alike now expect to be able to conduct more banking and financial tasks electronically. And banks need to be able to respond to these demands quickly and efficiently.

A mutually beneficial partnership

This expansion of expected services works to banks’ advantage. It presents openings to capitalize on the close relationships they already have with their customers. For example, bank clients may already be fully integrated with the bank’s systems. What’s more, they often look to banks as trusted advisors who have the expertise and resources to help them navigate a variety of financial challenges and opportunities…Read the Full Article.