How will disruptive competitors like Google, PayPal and Simple impact the banking industry? Bank Director Editor Jack Milligan explores this question.
Originally posted on The Bank Spot:
I am writing a story for the fourth quarter issue of Bank Director magazine on the emergence of nonbank disruptors as potentially serious competitors for traditional banks in the personal financial services and payments space. I don’t want to tip my hand before the piece is published in late October, but I would like to share some of my preliminary thoughts. I love writing feature stories like this because they allow you to really dig into a subject. There are fewer magazines out there that still practice long form journalism, but Bank Director is one of them.
There has certainly been a lot of activity in the PFS and payments space of late. The disruptors have been very busy. (You should definitely read a string of insightful blogs on the nonbank competitive threat written by my colleague, Bank Director President Al Dominick, at AboutThatRato.) Here are some of the…
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