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Risk & Compliance Banking Solutions: Reduce Complexity, Increase Sophistication

New Banking Solutions: Reduce Complexity, Increase Sophistication

FICO WORLD 2018, MIAMI, Florida FICO today unveiled a host of new retail banking solutions that allow lenders to manage the credit lifecycle in a way that is smarter, faster and simpler. The innovations are designed to help support lenders with their digital transformations as retail banking continues to be shaped by the forces of mobile, cloud, analytics and big data. “We have seen remarkable changes in banking in the last two years as lenders accelerate their digital transformation and reinvent the customer experience,” said Tim VanTassel, vice president of FICO’s credit lifecycle business line. “Lenders are engaged in an analytic arms race to find, delight and retain the right customers by determining and deploying differentiated offers and experiences.” Read the full media release here Originate Loans Using Optimized Deal Structures Providing consumers with multiple options for the best-fitting terms in real time has been an industry goal for some time, and... [Read More]

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Risk & Compliance Banking Innovation: Why 2018 is the Year it Puts on its Overalls


’Tis the season for 2018 predictions, and numerous financial industry practitioners, observers and experts (including my colleagues at FICO) are getting in on the fun. I don’t have a concrete prediction for the next 12 months (which makes it much easier to avoid being held accountable to the accuracy of that prediction this time next year). I do, however, have an observation around banking innovation. In The Financial Brand’s impressively well-researched and very informative annual “Top 10 Retail Banking Trends and Predictions” piece, an interesting statement caught my eye: Interestingly, with the exception of one trend (testing and use of blockchain technology), the trends and order of these trends were the same as last year… The fact that the list of trends identified by the financial services industry has remained relatively consistent could be a symptom of a greater problem. The banking industry is moving much too slow, and legacy... [Read More]

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