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  • When Fintech Meets Regtech

    Aug 12, 2020
    Unless you have been living on a desert island for the past few years, you would be hard-pressed to miss the technological revolution that is sweeping our nation’s financial system and the larger global economy.
  • 7 Tips for Mitigating Synthetic Identity Fraud Risk

    Aug 11, 2020
    Catching synthetic identity fraudsters remains difficult, and the fall-out of not detecting it, is substantial. AI company Coalesce estimates that synthetic identities account for more than 20 percent of losses in a loan portfolio, and for credit, they average 4.6 times the typical loss.
  • Strengthening Small-Business Relationships with Payments

    Aug 05, 2020
    Community banks have long served the small-business market, but given the pandemic impact, new opportunities have emerged to support these customers’ payments needs and address areas of friction.
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Aleis Stokes

Aleis Stokes
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ICBA has several experts on staff who can discuss vital issues pertaining to our nation's Main Street community banks and the broader financial services sector. For more information about community banks, and to speak with one of ICBA staff experts, please contact Aleis Stokes, ICBA's senior vice president of communications at 202-821-4457 or aleis.stokes@icba.org.