Podcast: Helping customers win through financial wellness

When banks get involved in improving the financial wellness of their prospective and current clients, everybody wins. How can banks help those who struggle to achieve financial stability and assure customer loyalty? On this podcast episode, Rochelle Nawrocki Gorey, co-founder and CEO of SpringFour, outlines how consumers can reach meaningful goals and how banks can help them Read More

By |2020-05-27T17:59:41-05:00July 28th, 2017|Comments Off on Podcast: Helping customers win through financial wellness

Checking the pulse of millennial financial wellness

In a world of avocado toast, themed yoga classes and “athleisure apparel,” it would seem “wellness” stands at the forefront of millennials’ minds. But how far does the definition of wellness span for these individuals? While some argue that Fitbit doesn’t go quite far enough to digitize the pursuit of complete physical wellness, few notice that financial Read More

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Podcast: How banks can lead consumers to financial wellness

Financial wellness has come to public consciousness as consumers look for better ways to take control of their finances. But what can banks and financial institutions do to ensure a successful journey? Jennifer Tescher, the founder and CEO of the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI), outlines the big wins possible when banks and consumers work in Read More

By |2020-05-27T17:59:42-05:00July 7th, 2017|Comments Off on Podcast: How banks can lead consumers to financial wellness

Funny money: In new ads, Citi spokesgirl puts secretive adults on the spot

So what would you do to avoid sharing your financial details? Floss your teeth with a shoelace? Wear moose antlers to a tuxedo formal? Before you plumb the depths of your desperation, you might want to check out Citi's latest marketing campaign, where otherwise composed adults can't face the truth-or-dare challenges of a cheeky 12-year-old British girl. Read More

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