Aite-Novarica Group is Here to Help You Manage and Prepare for the Impact of the Coronavirus on Your Business

COVID-19 is forcing financial institutions and their technology vendors to grapple with significant operational constraints as well as a rapidly deteriorating business climate. Aite-Novarica Group will continually update our research and outlook to reflect our best understanding of what is happening in the financial services industry, ensuring that our clients have the information they need to make critical business decisions.


Insurance Fraud: Rethinking Approaches in the Digital Age

The Future of Online Brokerage: The Strong Get Stronger

Global Document Identification and Verification: Market Overview


COVID-19: A Catalyst for Digital Transformation

A Road Warrior Visits the Business Travel Battlefield

COVID-19 Brings About Overdue Flexibility and New Life to Dependent Care FSAs


Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities in Financial Services

COVID-19 Impact on Payments: The Immediate Effect on Commerce To Date and Near-Term Expectations (Part One)

Identity Verification and Fraud Disrupted: How to know your customers in the COVID-19 age of fraud, friction and synthetic identities

COVID-19 Impact on Payments: The Evolving Effect on Commerce and Long-Term Expectations (Part Two)

CARES Act: The Impact on U.S. Financial Institutions

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)