Javelin Strategy & Research, part of the Escalent family, has been a trusted name for independent research and insights in the financial services industry for more than two decades. Javelin’s independent and rigorous research practices produce in-depth financial industry insights that pinpoint dynamic risks and opportunities in digital banking, payments, fraud & security, lending and wealth management.
Banking and fintech strategists enhance their decision making with Javelin’s independent perspective and thought-provoking financial market research, holistic quantitative and qualitative analysis, and informed predictions of where the industry is headed.
The Javelin team extracts forward-thinking ideas from vast troves of data to produce insightful financial services reports, white papers, industry forecasts, scorecards and knowledge-based webinars. Ongoing engagement with retail and small business customers fuels Javelin’s deep expertise and offers an unmatched understanding of the nuances of digital strategy and technology.
Flexible, tailored offerings provide strategic insights to financial institutions, including banks, credit unions, brokerages, and insurers, as well as payments companies, technology providers, fintechs, and government agencies.
Javelin’s advisory services offer subscription-based reports, access to analysts, custom data cuts and topic-based, clients-only webinars. A proprietary Digital Banking Benchmarking program assesses digital capabilities to prioritize future digital banking initiatives and assist financial institutions and solution providers with decision-making and roadmap planning. Javelin’s experts provide thought leadership and independently sourced insights for co-branded whitepapers and webinars, giving you instant credibility through an industry trusted and respected partner.
Let Javelin help tailor your digital business strategy for success.
Javelin recognizes top firms in financial services to honor their commitment to better serving the industry.
Consumers are demanding more from their financial institutions as ID fraud has evolved into a more personal attack.
As ID fraud evolves, there is growing need for better consumer education from online retail and new prevention tools from big tech.