Banking on Data: Great Possibilities, Great Responsibilities
The second webinar: What Do New Data Mean for Banks and Consumers? will be held on May 20th at 1pm ET. Registration is available.
If you are in one of the millions of U.S. households without a bank account, and you are looking to open an account, there are resources available to help you get started. Banking relationships generally begin with a checking or savings account, and may lead to low-interest loans and mortgages. Learn more about the top reasons to open a bank account.
The FDIC is seeking input from a broad range of stakeholders regarding potential modernization of the official sign and advertising to reflect changes in deposit-taking via physical branch, digital, and mobile banking channels.
This series, in partnership with the Santa Clara University (SCU) Leavey School of Business, builds on the themes of the 2019 FDIC FinTech Research Conference, highlighting the opportunities and challenges for financial institutions, consumers, and the financial system created by the use of big data and applied technologies.