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Financial Institutions Are Now Invited to Participate in The 2020 Mobile Deposit Industry Study Conducted by

Monday, November 30, 2020 ( /

Industry collaboration provides unparalleled insights, enables service benchmarking, and facilitates optimal risk management & profitability of Mobile Deposit Services for financial institutions. FIs can take the survey through January 31, 2021. has launched the 2020 Mobile Deposit Industry Study. Designed for financial institutions currently offering Mobile Deposit, the results will benchmark activities across several categories including customer selection, risk management, pricing, availability, systemic capabilities, risk perceptions and more. Market segments covered include Consumer, Small Business and Corporate / Treasury. 

This year, the study will provide insights into how financial institutions have been impacted by and are adjusting to the impacts of the pandemic, as well as restrictive endorsement policies and verification, and new risk management technologies.

To participate in the study, please Click Here.

“With the majority of Financial Institutions in the U.S. now offering Mobile Deposit, and the increased need for mobile banking services, it has never been more important for these FIs to understand the dynamics of the Mobile Deposit marketplace” says John Leekley, Founder & CEO of “It is critically important for these FIs to understand the risks and rewards of Mobile Deposit, how to best manage risk, and to be able to benchmark themselves against the broader industry in terms of pricing, functionality and more.”

As the industry’s leading resource and portal for news, information, products and services about RDC, and the RDC industry’s de-facto trade association, offers an ideal platform to bring the industry together to share insights and best practices on all aspects of RDC. Website registration is free, and provides access to news, research, discussion forums, sponsored webinars, calculators and more.

The study survey takes as little as 15 minutes to complete. Knowledge of your FI’s Mobile RDC volumes, values, markets and risk management capabilities and activity will help you complete the survey. The survey is part of a broader initiative by to provide insight and perspective on all forms of Remote Deposit Capture. Articles, a Webinar and a special report on study findings are also planned. 

Over the years, hundreds of financial institutions have participated in the Mobile Deposit Industry Study. Previous studies have revealed, among other things:  

•    Specific market pricing, funds availability, deposit limits and expansion plans
•    The percentage of FIs incurring a loss in the past year.
•    Risk Management tools used by % of industry.
•    The Industry Duplicate Loss Rate (DLR). 

To view a discounted webinar detailing the results from the 2018 Mobile Deposit Industry Study and download a pdf of the presentation, please click here

Financial institutions that complete the survey can receive a summary of findings and will be invited to a webinar which will discuss the findings, trends, and provide additional insights on risk management, pricing and more. To participate in this year’s study, please Click Here.

About is the leading independent authority on remote deposit capture and the de facto trade association for the RDC Industry. From informative webinars, topical research and original news and analysis, to vendor directories, business tools and access to knowledge experts, is the only information and services portal devoted exclusively to RDC and Payments. Membership to is available for as little as $649 per year. Click here to learn more about Membership and visit for news and updates on the RDC Industry.

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