Don’t work at a credit union, but like what you see? Head to UNest to open an investment account for your kids today!
Most of my friends and I are so close to 40 that it looks blurry now. Most of us have kids (I don’t) and multiple app-based investment accounts (I do). Naturally, there’s a growing demand in this demographic for investment apps for kids.
Credit unions, take note!
Offering app-based financial wellness and investing accounts for kids is a member need… in a market segment credit unions typically fail to attract (Millennials and older Gen Zers).
Continue reading “Investment Accounts for Kids: Where Credit Unions Fit In”
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Sure, fee income is great for increasing non-interest income. But ironically, that revenue comes at a cost. Or, a few costs, actually.
Continue reading “Could This Be the End to Credit Union Fees?”
Fintech Friday posts usually go something like this:
Something doesn’t work as well as it could. Until now, there’s been no way around it. But this fintech promises to change all that!
Continue reading “A History of Innovation: Xpress Data, Inc. (XDI)”
This particular case study was cut for space from the book. However, the book features more than a dozen explorations of AI-based fintechs. Stay tuned to the CU 2.0 blog while we feature more excerpts from our financial guide to AI!
Continue reading “AI Case Study: Grain Technologies”
My partner and I would like to buy a house. We’re both Millennials in our 30s and we make enough money to dream about buying a home sometime soon. The problem is that a small fixer-upper where we live costs well over $300k.
Continue reading “Modernizing the Borrower Experience with Nonbank Mortgage Servicers like Valon”