Speaking Engagements and Publications
Every year, Bancography publishes an Outlook for the financial services industry, examining deposit, demographic, and economic trends across the U.S. In 2023, top issues include the highest interest rates in 15 years, corresponding concerns about loan demand, and – in an inversion of one of 2022’s top challenges – liquidity constraints at many banks and credit unions. To help explain the current banking environment and to prepare for the issues ahead, Bancography’s 2023 Outlook examines industry trends over the past year and provides advice to help plan for the post-pandemic era of financial services. Download Outlook 2023: Industry Trends and the Challenges Ahead
Bancography published its triennial Branch Survey, which presents four aspects of branch deployment:
the number of new branches planned; size and format; cost; staff and equipment configuration. Click here to download the survey findings.
For the 21st consecutive year, Steve Reider taught a course in “Branch Network Optimization” at the American Bankers Association’s Stonier Graduate School of Banking, June 1 -8, 2023. For more information, visit the ABA Stonier School’s website.
New Bancography Plan features!
We redesigned Bancography Plan’s main menu screen, categorizing the functions to facilitate ease of use and quick access to those features you need the most.
Other enhancements include increased functionality for credit unions: the ability to add their deposit history at the branch level and view institution-level data. Our Market Share Reports now display compound annual growth rates and four-year branch changes for more in-depth competitive analysis
Conferences and Sponsorships
Bancography exhibited at the American Banker’s Association Bank Marketing Conference in Austin September 27-29. For more information visit ABA’s conference website.
Bancography is a sponsor for FSI’s (Financial Supermarkets, Inc.) National In-Store Banking Conference and the Ole Miss Banking Symposium.
Bancography sponsors local community organizations Magic City Art Connection, Birmingham Artwalk, and Sloss Furnaces Foundation, along with the local chapters of the American Heart Foundation’s Go Red for Women Luncheon and Les Dames d’Escoffier.