We are delighted to introduce the new digital supplements published by Retail Banker International. Available online and tablet application, the supplement is available for free and features topical focuses on some of the key developments, trends and challenges in the retail banking sector. It also features topical thought leadership by our knowledge partners. The free supplements are published several times a year and distributed to thousands of retail banking players globally.
ISSUE 26 – December 2021
Challenger banks like Nubank, C6 Bank and Neon Bank are riding high on the fintech boom in Latin America, but they are not alone.
In this issue, we look at banks looking at CaixaBank opening a new “all in one” branch in Barcelona, Akbank: the digital transformation of one of Turkey’s largest banks, how comedy is key to Nationwide PayDay SaveDay campaign, RBI 2020 forecasts, and more.
In this issue, we look at banks looking at the selfie for security, Revolut utilising Instagram and influencers to spread the word, questioning if free access to cash is going away, the biggest news stories in the sector, and more.
In this issue, we look at some of the biggest moves in banking advertising so far in 2019. What is working? What isn’t? Are banks utilising the attention they receive in the right way? We look at some prime examples.
The latest digital supplement of Retail Banker International explores banks’ employee numbers in the US, digital sub brands (the successes and otherwise) as well as the booming fintech in Australia, and more
10 years after the financial crisis, what have we learned? Could the crisis have been a missed opportunity? We explore the fact that branches are still closing a decade after the crisis. And are banks properly utilising a millennial market? All this and more in this issue of Retail Banker International
What will banking look like in 10 years’ time? Will we still be using password or will our bodies replace them? How will PSD2 shake things up? Are fintech firms going to fulfil their potential and gain sizable market share? All this and more in the latest digital issue of RBI.
In the ever-evolving world of banking, the debate is whether the physical or digital best serves customers’ needs. In this issue of RBI, branch strategies are examined in-depth and the new age of open banking is considered plus Vernon Hill of Metro Banks speaks exclusively.
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