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How the financial services industry can bring effective client solutions to market

In the digital-first world, consumers expect fast and reliable interactions, and it is important for companies to quickly meet market needs to customers. While the transformation to digital has brought innovation, it has also introduced opportunities for more sophisticated fraud methods. This makes knowing who you are transacting with more important than ever, and traditional account verification methods are no longer as effective as they once were.

Join Early Warning®, a fintech company owned by seven of the country’s largest banks, in a panel discussion around how treasury banks can maintain customer delight with the latest innovations for their clients. 

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What are the latest trends treasury banks are seeing and what predictions do they have for 2022.
  • How financial institutions can leverage bank-contributed data to help to solve customer needs.
  • What solution allows you to quickly onboard new customers and prevent fraud. 
  • How this solution benefits your business. 
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Picture this: a fraudster writes a check for $5,000 from his account at a credit union and walks over to his local branch of a nationwide bank, depositing the check by scanning it in at the ATM. It’s a large check, so the bank

An infographic with icons in blue tones and red accents showcases Early Warning’s National Shared DatabaseSM resource in the middle with an icon made up of three stacked rectangles with dots it them. The 4 Vs of big data analytics in banking surround it: “Volume” in the top left corner shows two stacked cylinders with the right one being taller ; “Velocity” in the top right corner has a stopwatch icon with an arrow that gives it a sense of motion; “Value” in the bottom left corner shows an outstretched hand

When it comes to mitigating risk, reducing fraud and reaching growth goals, Early Warning® enables banks and credit unions to leverage big data analytics through a “give-to-get” model with the National Shared DatabaseSM resource.