Admit it. You’re kinda lucky. Your credit union has no competition.
As consumers’ dynamic needs continue to perpetually evolve, financial institutions have strong incentives to be the first movers in offering the latest and greatest technological products and services.
For credit unions across the country, providing unparalleled member experiences is a top priority year-over-year.
At first, it just seems like some incredible, edge-of-the-seat crime thriller you might find on Netflix—the CEO of a relatively tiny, obscure financial institution is living on the edge with a secret, invisible life that includes private jets, a gambling habit, luxury cars and more.
As person-to-person (P2P) payments become table stakes, perhaps you’re asking, “Is now the time to jump on the P2P band wagon? Do we risk falling behind if we ignore these digital payments?”
March is the month of women.
When CUNA’s GAC is in town, the only thing you’re more likely to trip over in Washington than a congressman sucking up to a CU audience is a CU audience being told how important it is to tell the “credit union story.”
Earlier this month, I had the good fortune of attending CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) in Washington.
January saw the arrival of new faces in Washington on both sides of the aisle following last year’s highly contentious midterm elections.