Banking Transformed by the Financial Brand’s Jim Marous has new episodes several times a month and features executives from financial institutions, financial technology firms, authors, consultants, and other experts in the banking industry. Some recent episode titles include: “Should Bankers Fear Apple’s Future Growth Strategy?” “Using Data to Acquire, Engage, and Retain Banking Customers,” and “Customer Identity: Balancing Security and Seamless Banking Experiences.”
BankTalk by Remedy Consulting posts twice-a-month episodes for both banks and credit unions. Topics range from here-and-now issues, such as the latest mergers and acquisitions environment or competitive pressure from the Buy Now Pay Later industry to strategic topics related to handling member or customer data, recruiting, and banking cannabis.
Banking with Interest
Banking with Interest, hosted by former journalist Rob Blackwell and Intrafi Network, is a weekly podcast that headlines big names such as former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair and Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu but also features CEOs of innovative fintech startups and banks dipping their toes into block-chain based payments and AI-lending.
Ahead of the Curve: A Banker’s Podcast
Ahead of the Curve: A Banker’s Podcast has insights from banking leaders and advisors across the banking industry. This new podcast hosted by Abrigo aims to help bankers stay ahead of new developments in the fast-changing environment. So far, episode topics include cover loan pricing in a rising-rate environment, cannabis-related banking, and technology implementation.
Breaking Banks, billed as the #1 global fintech podcast and radio show, began in 2013 and is hosted by media firm Provoke.fm. Weekly episodes highlight innovators and industry players driving innovation in the financial services industry. Some recent episode titles: “Secret Sauce for Deeper Relationships & What’s So Nifty About NFTs” and “Fintech Investment and Growth Opportunities.”
Banking on Digital Growth
Banking on Digital Growth, hosted by James Robert Lay, CEO of the Digital Growth Institute, interviews marketing, sales, and fintech leaders and discusses ways financial institutions can maximize their digital growth potential. Banking artificial intelligence (AI), the customer experience, enticing millennials, and change management are among subjects tackled in recent episodes.
Main Street Banking: A Podcast for Community Bankers
Main Street Banking: A Podcast for Community Bankers is hosted by the Barret School of Banking, and posts new episodes twice a month or so. Sometimes 20 minutes, sometimes 50 minutes, this podcast digs into such topics as creating branch experiences that go hand-in-hand with digital ones, identifying risk, and consumer lending. It also examines how community banks are different than other types of financial institutions, along with strategies for optimal operations.
In the Room with Todd Marksberry
In the Room with Todd Marksberry is hosted by Canvas Credit Union President and CEO Todd Marksberry. It is a living-room-chat style podcast with other credit union executives, consultants, and business owners from Colorado and elsewhere around the world. Guests and Marksberry typically talk leadership, life, and advice for listeners, all while telling stories of their journeys to leadership in the financial sector.
NextGen Banker, hosted by Sunrise Banks’ CEO David Reiling, focuses on the future of finance in a world increasingly driven by technology and people’s desire to work or do business based on their shared values with companies. Guests come from the fintech space, associations, universities, banks, and government agencies, and they help Reiling explore how to create a financial sector that’s values-driven, more diverse, and supportive of all consumers.
Simply Stated, hosted by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, takes a straightforward approach to exploring the changing environment for bankers by interviewing experts in financial supervision. They look at how the shifts impact the industry and consumers, with a heavy focus on the economy. However, topics such as money laundering, adjustments in supervision, and nascent trends also get attention.