Countries all over the world are recognizing that vibrant and digital economy requires the real-time movement of money, particularly for those looking to bring underbanked populations and underserved small merchants into a more formalized ecosystem. And even more so I the post-COVID era where liquidity management at every level of the economy remains crucial to recovery.
Use cases and consumer demand for Real-Time Payments continues to expand and payment ecosystem participants need to catch up in order to prepare for the impacts that Real-Time Payments may have on their business.
When it comes to establishing a workable strategy for mobilizing financial institution growth, the institution needs to take into account the current state of the business along with any potential vertical channels of growth. In practicality, the core strategy components for growth should involve the client relationship and ways to improve product economics. Let's take a look at why this works.
A successful financial institution is a careful balance between depositors putting money into the institution and borrowers taking it out. Sometimes success on one side of the balance beam can require needed attention on the other. The important thing is to identify the problem and take the right actions to balance the business plan.