US bank technology spending will hit nearly $86 billion in 2022 and grow to almost $112 billion by 2026. To prepare you for the year ahead and beyond, Insider Intelligence has curated The Digital Banking Bundle, a selection of research reports that analyze the industry from multiple perspectives.
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Balancing Tension Between Acquisition, Talent, and Technology
- What’s driving banks’ digital ad spending outlook amid a bounce back and brewing recession?
How Challengers Can Create a Lifeline as Funding Dries Up
- How should neobanks adjust their short- and long-term strategies amid uncertain economic conditions to survive?
Opportunities and Risks for Banks in the Age of Rebundling
- How will super apps change the digital user experience in financial services?
- How will super apps’ rise change the banking industry’s customer relationships?
- How can banks of different sizes best monetize the super apps opportunity?
Steady Investment to Stave Off Looming Competition
- Will banks in the US be able to maintain higher tech spending in the face of internal and external pressures?
How Going Green Will Help Banks Stay in the Black
- Why should banks start taking action on sustainability today?
Strategies for Meeting the US Open Banking and BaaS Opportunities
- How do direct-to-consumer fintechs and embedded finance change banking industry dynamics?
- How do open banking and banking as a service (BaaS) technologies facilitate fintechs and consumer brands?
- How can financial institutions compete, partner, and thrive?
How Top FIs Stack Up on Offering Mobile Account Opening Features
- What features do consumers value most when opening a new checking account?
- What features do top banks and neobanks offer at the account opening stage, and how do they stack up against each other in key feature categories?
- How do banks and neobanks rank based on what account opening features they offer and how valuable those features are to consumers?