Digital accessibility gains in importance as more customers move to online banking COVID-19 speeds industry’s move to digital, unwittingly leaving some consumers behind WOBURN, Mass., Sept. 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Texthelp, a global leader in literacy and accessibility technology, today released a new industry report. Texthelp Logo (PRNewsfoto/Texthelp) The report, Accessibility in Financial Services: The
Digital Finance Africa 2021 will be held online on the 31st of August. Digital Finance Africa will focus on how financial institutions can harness technology to stay competitive– in spite of the current crisis. Digital Finance Africa 2021 will focus on how financial institutions can harness technology to stay competitive– in spite of the pandemic.”
About half (53 percent) of financial service providers cited poor communication and project management as the biggest barriers to successful digital implementation. Lack of leadership and leadership vision was the biggest problem for a quarter of participants, especially in lower and middle market organizations (33%). The good news is that, despite the challenges of making
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) released its 2020 annual report this week. It can be accessed at https://kfi.ky.gov/Documents/KDFI2020AnnualReportWeb.pdf. The report summarizes the status of state-chartered banks, credit unions, trust companies, lenders, and securities firms, and professionals operating in Kentucky during the calendar year 2020. It highlights DFI’s work to promote consumer
The climate crisis is certain to be a hot topic at the G7 summit in Cornwall. While the leaders of the world’s richest countries agree in theory on the need to reach net zero emissions by 2050 at the latest, they remain faithful to a fossil fuel industry reluctant to substantively change its business model.
By Dr. Adesola Kazeem Adeduntan, Chief Executive Officer, FirstBank Group The pursuit of making formal financial services accessible at an affordable cost to “hard-to-reach” individuals and businesses—a process called financial inclusion—has received significant global attention in recent years, given its critical importance in systemically driving economic development. According to a World Bank Report, there