Fintech Meetup is a massive online networking event. It brings together ~4,000 financial services professionals (mostly executives) for three days of meeting and networking. RESERVE MY SPACE NOW Based on the success of the last event, we’re positive that you’ll find a lot to like about this one. In fact…
Most financial institutions have been slow on the uptake when it comes to cryptocurrency. It’s still a relatively new technology and represents a definite risk. But there might also be risk in steering clear much longer.
Credit union profitability is sliding downward. One consultant, Megan Cummins at Fiserv-owned Raddon Performance Analytics, insists that the fix is to nurture a sales culture within them.
A year ago, organizations around the country scrambled to limit in-person work. Remote work boomed. But do credit union work from home policies cause employee burnout?
Know this about Pete Crear: He was the first to win the lifetime achievement award from the African American Credit Union Coalition – and when they gave him the award in 2003 they decided to name it after him. The roster of Pete Crear Lifetime Achivement Award winners is now a dazzling hall of fame […]
Just when you thought ATMs had to be going down for the count—and, honestly, who didn’t think that as the pandemic took hold?—the rumbling is loud that ATMs are emerging as a low cost branch replacement option.
In 2020, everything changed. The pandemic fundamentally shifted the way we work, bank, and play toward digital. What role will cash play in our future? And how does that affect credit unions?
The novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, reached pandemic status nearly a year ago. When we first wrote this blog, hundreds of new cases were springing up across the U.S., and most of them were in New York. Today, after what feels like 74 months of social distancing, civil unrest, and murder hornets, we’re seeing the vaccine […]
2.5% of all First-Class Mail® is returned. That may not seem like a significant amount. I assure you that it is. In the volume that credit unions send statements, notices, forms, and other documents, thousands of envelopes may be returned each month.
In case you missed it—and you probably did—last week wrapped up the first in-person conference in the country for credit unions during the time of COVID-19. There were many restrictions in place, but at times, a lot of it felt surprisingly normal.