Breaking Banks: The Innovators, Rogues, and Strategists Rebooting Banking

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 3, 2014 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
"In the next 10 years, we'll see more disruption and changes to the banking and financial industry than we've seen in the preceding 100 years"Brett King

Breaking Banks: The Innovators, Rogues, and Strategists Rebooting Banking is a unique collection of interviews take from across the global Financial Services Technology (or FinTech) domain detailing the stories, case studies, start-ups, and emerging trends that will define this disruption.

  • Features the author's catalogued interviews with experts across the globe, focusing on the disruptive technologies, platforms and behaviors that are threating the traditional industry approach to banking and financial services
  • Topics of interest covered include Bitcoin's disruptive attack on currencies, P2P Lending, Social Media, the Neo-Banks reinventing the basic day-to-day checking account, global solutions for the unbanked and underbanked, through to changing consumer behavior

Breaking Banks is the only record of its kind detailing the massive and dramatic shift occurring in the financial services space today.

 

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Contents

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Banks that Build their Brand without Branches
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here Come the NeoBanks
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Money Can Buy happiness
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Were Not Breaking Banking
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Index
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BRETT KING is widely considered the foremost global expert on retail banking innovation. He achieved international acclaim for his bestselling book BANK 2.0, which topped category lists in the UK, USA, Germany, Japan, Canada, France, Russia, and Asia. King is the founder and CEO of Moven, a retail mobile service money service, and hosts the BREAKING BANKS Radio Show. He was voted American Banker’s Top Innovator of the Year in 2012.

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