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Aug 29, 2017
The future of your Credit Union depends upon how you adapt to the changing landscape of the financial industry. One aspect of the change is leveraging your greatest tool for fee income—debit and credit card interchange revenue. Take a look at some of the emerging strategies, then compare them to your CU's current approach.
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Aug 23, 2017
In the United States, the average credit union customer is 47 – in Canada, 53. Legacy members are entering a phase of life in which their spending may be more restrained. To continue growing, credit unions must seek new ground: The Millennial consumer.
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Aug 22, 2017
Most consumers have at least three credit cards from various sources. In addition, many people also carry one or two debits cards and a mix of gift and loyalty cards. A recent Gallup poll showed most Americans foresee the death of cash in their lifetimes, meaning all purchases will be made with credit and debit cards, as well as other forms of electronic payment. For the big issuers, this is rosy news, but for smaller institutions like credit unions, it can be stormy.
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Jul 26, 2017
The widespread use of smartphones and the Internet is changing the way a lot of people live their lives and giving rise to a range of new terminology. According to research by Pew, smartphone usage is not just growing in America but around the world. This has lead to service providers in a wide assortment of industries creating apps for goods, services, and subscriptions. What this means for credit unions is the increased use of "apps" to make purchases using credit and debit cards.
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