Banks and credit unions need overlook the importance of personality in social channels. Who you are can be as important as what you say.
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Financial institutions obsess over Gen-Y while ignoring Boomers, a large and lucrative segment hungry for a better banking experience.
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Students from the University of Miami will spend the next six months reverse-mentoring senior Citi execs on social media and digital tech.