New Insight Paper! Financial Fitness in a Post-Covid Economy

Actionable steps to ensure that your digital bank is equipped to thrive in this new normal we find ourselves in. Check out our new insight paper

Alicja Lei

16 Jul 2020

Life as we know it has changed

In the past 5 months, your bank has been put to the test. You’ve had to deal with branch closures, staffing logistics, branch reopenings but with restrictions, customers in financial difficulties and to top it all off, your digital bank is being put through the ultimate test. Customers that were comfortable strolling into their local branch no longer have that luxury and are solely dependent on your digital platform.


Experts at helping banks support customers in times of crisis

Meniga was founded in the wake of the 2008 financial crash, giving us first-hand experience of how to help banks and their customers transition through times of crisis. In this edition of Meniga’s Fintech Insight Series, Financial Fitness in a Post-COVID economy, we help identify specific pain points your customers, as well as your digital bank, are feeling during these unprecedented times.


How to evolve your Digital Bank

Find out the tools you need to provide to drive customer engagement and create long-lasting loyalty to your bank. Understand how a transformation of your digital bank is necessary to stay relevant and how it can happen almost effortlessly just by considering a few crucial key points. We also share real-life examples of other banks who have successfully evolved their digital bank and the results they have seen from their efforts.

Our aim is to pass along our decades of experience working with banks across the world as well as the research and development we have invested along the way and share it with you so that in the end, we can help your customers lead better financial lives.


Download the paper here

Also, check out our previous papers in Meniga’s Fintech Series ‘Innovating with Open Banking’, ‘Meaningful Engagement in Digital Banking’ and ‘Data-Driven Business Models in Digital Banking’.