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It is easy for banks and fintechs, who know that they need to innovate, to get caught up in what looks innovative, or what sounds innovative, but ends up being more for show than for dough.Guest host Ron Shevlin discusses the ways to implement true innovation (avoiding the 'Innovation Theater') with Nick White from Monotise, and Marc Hochstein and Penny Crosman, from American Banker.
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