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Fabio Biasella

VP, Strategic Thought Leadership

Fabio Biasella drives strategic thinking and innovative solutions through the application of proprietary research and analysis to challenges facing the financial services industry. He has nearly 30 years of experience in the retail financial services industry. As a private banker and trust banker for top U.S. financial institutions, he developed strategic initiatives to establish and manage new retail banking offices and market financial products and services. Biasella earned his Certified Financial Planner designation in 1996, and worked as an active registered investment representative and licensed insurance agent with several financial institutions.

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Thursday, October 4, 2018
Fabio Biasella

This is the second in a series of articles describing the latest trends and key questions that often arise during the planning sessions we conduct with community financial institution boards and executive teams.

Perhaps the newest concept to emerge forcefully over the past planning cycle is “Data as a Strategy”. 

Thursday, September 6, 2018
Fabio Biasella

This is the first in a series of articles describing the latest trends and key questions that often arise during the planning sessions we conduct with community FI boards and executive teams.

When I help executive teams and boards of directors plan their medium- and long-term strategy, I often hear their concerns about changes to the operating environment.

The first concern I hear is the swirl of demographic change. I was with a leadership team earlier this month and the CEO told me this: 

Thursday, December 7, 2017
Fabio Biasella

Fabio Biasella, Raddon's VP of Strategic Thought Leadership discusses the importance of mobile banking and how to leverage this investment to grow relationships within your customer-base.

Friday, October 16, 2015
Fabio Biasella

The staid checking account has come a long way in just the past few years. Remote deposit capture, mobile banking, social payments, prepaid debit cards and other new products are transforming how consumers use their checking accounts.