Javelin Research

This report will explore why most bill pay platforms today are not meeting consumer needs, how offering a variety of payment options can unify the bill payment process, and solutions that can help achieve a truly unified bill pay experience.
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Javelin’s 2020 Identity Fraud Study provides comprehensive analysis of fraud trends in the context of a changing technological and payments landscape in order to inform consumers, financial institutions, and businesses on the most effective means of...
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Concerns over the fallout from COVID-19, or coronavirus, are already being felt by consumers as global demand for goods and services is hampered by quarantines, supply chain disruption, and general consumer uncertainty. These events have both...
COVID-19 has triggered an international response that is unprecedented in terms of how enterprises engage during a pandemic. Until recently, such an event was largely a fictional exercise of documenting what might occur and business continuity...
Mortgage rates hit new record lows this month. But with lenders seemingly unable to scale operations to keep up with the surprise surge in demand, loans with historically low rates have become about as scarce as toilet paper during the coronavirus...
This original report, sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton, explores how geopolitical tensions affect financial institutions’ threat landscape, the state of cloud usage in financial services and what financial institutions need to do to...
Javelin maps digital banking vendors’ core competencies and differentiating capabilities to look “beyond the RFP” at the experiences and customer engagement that these platforms can deliver.
Intuit’s planned $7.1 billion acquisition of Credit Karma has the potential to make it the dominant provider of consumer leads to digital financial institutions. But growing concerns about consumer data privacy and Intuit’s track record shepherding...

Trust in Lending

Javelin Report
March 4, 2020 By: Austin Kilgore
This report leverages a new segmentation of Javelin’s Trust, Innovation, and Partnership (TIP) model designed to assess perceptions between borrowers of mortgage, auto, and other loans and consumers without loans. It explores the implications of...
This report provides an overview of those critical trends that will shape the industry over the next decade, provides a framework for how banks should think about bank switching and bank choice for their business customers, and proposes a variety of...

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