There has been a lot of talk around the Movenbank water cooler lately about AIG’s potential lawsuit against Uncle Sam for the infamous 2008 financial sector bailout. Keep reading
Navigating through our financial life is a lot like navigating across country by car. First, you have to determine your destination. Next you have to determine where you will stop in between. Then you evaluate the different routes that will get you to those stops, and eventually, you reach your final destination. The alternative is to simply hop in the car and head out on a road trip and see where we end up. Keep reading
I’m a 20-something living in Manhattan. I work in finance, don’t have a drug problem and yet my bank account balance says $70 dollars and it’s only the 5th of the month.
How exactly did this happen? Tasti D lite, US Weekly, manicures and cabs. It all adds up. Keep reading
There are several reasons why I lovvve walking into the bouncy ball loving, toy airplane flying office of Movenbank every single day. Here are those reasons.
1. Everyone is really F#@$ing passionate. And I’m not talking passionate like you read about on some cheesy motivational sign. I mean everyone genuinely loves what they do and believes in the product they’re building. Keep reading
We all think our ideas are godsends.
You have that ‘Ah Ha’ moment when it all makes sense and you’ve figured out a way to change the world and you’re on your way to a billion dollar business or winning the Noble Prize. You then launch your idea out to the world and no one uses it. Ok, maybe 100 people do. Keep reading
This is the first in a series of posts entitled Design In Context, written by members of Movenbank’s User Experience team. This first post is written by Steve Fors, Head of User Experience, Movenbank.
I’m like a lot of Americans—I take pride in working hard, do my best to pay my bills on time, and hope to have enough money to live comfortably when I retire. Keep reading
When is a bank not a bank?
One of the most frequent questions we get asked is whether Move-and-Bank is a bank or not. Well, let’s just set the record straight. From a regulatory perspective, we don’t have a banking charter (some call this a banking license), so we’re technically not a bank. We don’t have a charter because it gets incredibly complicated and expensive, which is the reason hardly any new banks have launched globally in the last few decades. Keep reading
Brett King, renowned author of BANK 2.0 and CEO and Founder of Movenbank, was this month named the Top Innovator of the Year for 2012 by American Banker in the Bank Technology News “Annual Innovators of the Year” edition. The “Innovator of the Year” Award is chosen by the editors of American Banker’s Bank Technology News with input from a select group of experts in the field of financial services and banking. Keep reading