Driving Deposit Acquisition in the Wake of Bank Failures and Rising Interest Rates

Ninety-three percent of banks report significantly higher pressure to attract deposits.

Bank failures, rising interest rates, and a tumultuous macroeconomic environment have prompted significant deposit outflows, especially at U.S. regional and community banks. The push-pull of inflation, rising rates, and a challenging macroeconomic environment have also influenced the behavior of treasury management and lending customers, all leading to an operating environment that looks significantly different from one year ago.

This report uses data from a Q2 2023 Datos Insights survey of its Corporate Banking Executive Council Members. It offers insights into how large and midsize banks are handling the current environment, wherein corporate investment and deposit acquisition strategies have shifted, and how technology will be leveraged to attract new deposits.

Clients of Datos Insights’ Commercial Banking & Payments service can download this report.

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