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Future of Banking: Simple ways Technology has impacted Banking forever with sophistication

“Technological innovations will be the heart and blood of the banking industry for many years to come and if big banks do not make the most of it, the new players from FinTech and large technology companies will.” ——-David Brear, Global CEO of 11: FS Banking is one of the world’s oldest businesses. It’s been …

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If You Want To Be Rich, Stop Focusing On Your Salary (Do This Instead)

How do the rich get richer? Over the past four months I’ve gained a newfound understanding of self-worth. I used to break down my money into two categories; salary and savings. The process was very simple. To make an income, I provided my time and skills in exchange for money. I would then keep a …

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Banking in the next decade: COVID-19 – Digital Transformation not an option

“When something bad happens, you have three choices. You can either let it define you, let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you.” —Dr. Theodor Seuss The novel coronavirus seems to have taken all by surprise and exposed vulnerabilities that were never anticipated across all sectors of the various economies including banking. …

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Future of Banking: Leveraging Digital Marketing Strategies to thrive in COVID-19 pandemic

“Take a risk and keep testing, because what works today won`t work tomorrow, but what worked yesterday may work again.” —-Amrita Sahasrabudhe, Vice President Marketing – FastMed The COVID-19 pandemic has almost ravaged every fabric of society worldwide and the banking industry has had its first share of the turbulence. Banks worldwide are feeling the …

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When God doesn`t make sense: A Carpenter`s son made a return journey from Golgotha`s Calvary.

“He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.”  – Jim Elliot The academically gifted, highly motivated and bright young man, Chuck Frye was 17 when he graduated on top of his class in high school. After excelling in College, he applied to several medical schools for admission …

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