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Lafferty Thought Leadership Library

Lafferty library

The complete collection of Lafferty Thought Leadership reports

Author: Various authors

Publishing date: January 2016

At Lafferty our aim is to provide our worldwide audience with the latest thinking about retail banking, cards, payments and mobile money. The Lafferty Thought Leadership Library offers you a fantastic opportunity to own the full set of our Thought Leadership reports at a very special price.

The Lafferty Thought Leadership Library — offered here in PDF format — comprises the following titles:

Branch Design 2020 — Róisín Killeen
Best Practices in Credit Cards & Consumer Lending — Chris Hoyland
Breaking the Banks: New entrants, new rules — Bruce Packard
Commonsense Risk Management in Banking — Bruce Packard
Corporate Social Responsibility in Banking — Peter Kinahan
Customer Education and Financial Literacy — Peter Kinahan
Focused, Fragile & Fuzzy — Aongus Buckley
Innovation in Banking — John Egan
Microfinance for Profit — Peter Kinahan
New Frontiers in Merchant Services — Peter Kinahan
Operational Leadership in Retail Banking — Prof. Abdul Rahman
Real Banks for Real People — Stefan Kaminsky
Retail Banking Leaders — Tom Blass
The Bond of Trust — Ian Lindsey
The Currency of People — Vaughn Richtor
The Global 100 — Darrell Delamaide
The New Payments Landscape — Peter Kinahan
The Next Retail Banking Revolution — Hans Eyinsk Smeets
The P2P Threat to Retail Banking — Vicky Costello
The Power of Points and Partners — Jacqui Chin
Think Local, Act Local — Peter Soraparu

The Lafferty Thought Leadership Library is offered on an Enterprise Licence basis, which allows you to distribute the reports without restriction throughout your organisation.


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