A Rapidly Changing Payments Landscape is Demanding Banks and Consumers to Restrategize
The American payments landscape is in an era of profound transformation, driven by technological advancements, changing consumer behavior, and recent global events. The most intriguing shifts aren’t just from physical to digital, but also in the variety of non-cash methods chosen by consumers, reflected in the growth of prepaid debit cards and the declining use of private label credit cards.
Even as we witness an overall decline in check and ATM usage, the usage patterns are evolving, impacting fraud detection and average withdrawal amounts respectively. Such changes necessitate new strategies for banks and businesses, calling for modern tools and operations to keep up with the payments landscape. Unraveling the myriad complexities of these trends is Bill Budde, host of “The Banking Budde,” to provide a comprehensive perspective on these trends and more.