Welcome to episode 35 of the CU 2.0 Podcast. Today is all about Gen Z and their thoughts on credit unions.
Do you want the good news first or the bad?
In this podcast, we bring together three Gen Z -ers to tell the good, the bad, and the ugly about credit unions.
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Welcome to episode 34 of the CU 2.0 Podcast.
Quick now, how much did financial institutions collect in overdraft fees in 2017? The answer is $34.3 billion. That’s right, billion.
A lot of us are getting soaked by high bank fees and thus TrueFees, founded by Ben Premo whose intent is to shine a light on the actual fees charged by financial institutions.
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It’s CU 2.0 Fintech Friday! Today, Chris Otey sits down with Posh Technologies to discuss all things credit union, fintech, and digital innovation.
Posh Technologies harnesses the power of AI and machine learning to provide chatbots for banks, credit unions, and other industries. But “chatbots” might not be the best term…
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Sometimes it can feel darn near impossible to figure out how much it costs to acquire a new credit union members.
But should it be so hard?
We spoke with Bryan Adler, CEO of Vetter. Adler has a lot of experience in attracting and onboarding new members at credit unions and community banks.
What Adler revealed is that the cost of new credit union member acquisition is actually very low—and easy to calculate!
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Welcome to episode 33 of the CU 2.0 Podcast.
How long does it take your credit union to respond to a mortgage application with a verdict? Anything longer than 10 minutes just may be too long. Are you still in the game?
At Filene, Erin Coleman, senior impact director, mulls just that kind of question as she hunts for ways for credit unions to stay competitive in a landscape that is ever more perilous.
She also discusses the need for credit unions to involve more young people – as members, sure, but also as employees and as volunteers, even board members.
Then there’s the question of how far in the future you are thinking. A year or two isn’t good enough. Can you think five years out? Ten? Okay, what impacts do you think autonomous cars will have on credit unions – and know they are coming and they will impact you. Are you ready? Coleman talks about exactly that question here.
This is a wide-ranging podcast but it just may help light a path to a successful tomorrow. Listen up!