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This huge study will tell everything you'll ever want to know about unbanked and underbanked consumers in the U.S.
Following a settlement over deceptive fees charged to students, Higher One moves to Pew standards for transparency with checking accounts.
Like a phoenix from the ashes, BankUnited has resurrected its brand — from FDIC failure to successful IPO — christened with a new identity.
Delivery channels by generation… Levels of consumer trust… Breakdown of NSF and overdraft fee income… Search for home equity slows to a trickle… Much more.
When it comes to social media, financial marketers are often caught between “content” and “compliance.” For instance, how do you promote a financial product or service within the constraints of a 140-character tweet while still
When a bank fails, it seems the other remaining financial institutions in the community are reluctant to aggressively market themselves to the failed bank’s customers. They don’t want to seem insensitive to the hardship placed
Here are recent stories and other items of interest from around the web. Click on the hotlinked headlines to read more. Bookmark This: FDIC provides deposit data for any bank branch in the U.S. Business
Bribes: one way to buy deposits National Bank of Kansas City is offering a free $50 Lowe’s Gift Card for opening a personal checking account. TCF Bank just announced their $50 Free Cash Checking Campaign.
“Capitalism without failure is like religion without sin.” – Economist Allan Meltzer “Most financial history is useless at this point. Even well-known economists grasp for examples of periods that are comparable to current conditions.” –
Last week, The Financial Brand wrote about how the FDIC and the NCUA are cracking down on financial institutions that attack the safety or soundness of any financial institution (or category of financial institutions). Their
NCUA quashing any form of finger pointing Last month, a credit union lodged a complaint with the NCUA about a rival credit union’s website. The credit union wasn’t happy that Glendale Area Schools FCU had
The Financial Brand used Google Trends to see how the economic crisis was affecting people’s feelings about their finances and the general state of things. The Google Trends tool searches Google’s records to see how
$500 billion FDIC bailout forebodes massive failures Late last week, the U.S. Senate proposed to allow the FDIC to borrow as much as $500 billion from the Treasury Department. While the mainstream media obsesses over
No matter how the financial rescue plan unfolds, the financial industry as a whole will not go back to the way it was. This challenging economic climate provides a historic opportunity for the credit union