Learn what works with insights from industry experts on the types of financial health support consumers want and need from their financial institutions.
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Learn what works with insights from industry experts on the types of financial health support consumers want and need from their financial institutions.
In this session, hear perspectives from other companies already measuring financial health – the tools they use, and the ways they turn the data into action and impact.
In this session, learn what to consider when deploying resources at your organization, with insights from companies with unique approaches to building financial health infrastructure.
Join us to hear how financial industry leaders have secured stakeholder buy-in to build financial health strategies, ensured employees understand and can rally behind a shared finhealth vision, and integrated financial health as part of their organizational culture.
BlackRock’s commitment to financial well-being has sparked a series of cross-sector partnerships focused on making emergency savings more accessible for low-to-moderate income households. Join Claire Chamberlain, Managing Director of Social Impact at BlackRock, for a deep dive on BlackRock’s flagship philanthropic program and a closer look at their partner-centric approach to proving what is possible and advocating for what it’ll take to shift the entire system.
Join Rochelle Gorey, CEO and Co-Founder of SpringFour, and Ben Schack, Head of U.S. Digital Partnerships for BMO Financial Group, as they discuss their innovative financial health partnership. Learn how this award-winning social impact fintech and multinational bank teamed up to solve problems and deliver assistance for customers through the pandemic and beyond. Discover the impact of their efforts on their employees and brands, and consider tips for successful fintech-bank partnerships.
Joined by our inaugural recipient Dan Schulman, President and CEO, PayPal, Jennifer Tescher, President and CEO, Financial Health Network, and the 2021 honoree, Her Majesty Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development, the discussion will include opportunities to ask questions about the role of leadership in advancing the mission and vision of financial health on a global scale.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. has committed a groundbreaking $30 billion to providing economic opportunities for underserved communities, especially Black and Latinx communities, over the next five years. This spotlight provides context for how JPMorgan Chase & Co. approaches impact at the local level, how it has integrated financial health, as a key pillar to this work, and how it is holding itself accountable to help reduce the racial wealth gap.
Join us for a conversation with D. Steve Boland, President of Retail and Christine Channels, Head of Community Banking and Client Protection as they discuss how they build and implement solutions like Bank of America Advantage SafeBalance™, Keep the Change®, and their Bank of America Secured Card offering, and how they are tracking and evaluating these products’ impact on customer Financial Health.
Join us to learn how these innovators responded to the challenge, found ways to scale their offerings to meet the pressing financial health needs of the moment, and forged pathways to drive impact post-pandemic. We’ll also introduce attendees to the Financial Solutions Lab Accelerator’s new cohort of fintech startups, as we explore innovations that are helping consumers to build financial resilience and long-term stability.
Since 2005, Oportun has leveraged AI-powered models and billions of unique data points to extend more than 4 million loans and $10 billion in affordable credit. This inclusive approach has allowed nearly 1 million customers to establish their credit histories. Find out how this deep commitment to understanding customer financial needs led to a new solution for managing income volatility and covering unexpected expenses – the 2020 launch of the Oportun® Visa® credit card.
Desiree Francis, Head of Community Finance, will use this spotlight to explain the connection between affordable housing and financial health and how Capital One’s Digital Access (CODA) program pilot intends to improve the financial health of residents living in affordable properties the bank has financed by providing high speed digital access, devices, and digital education to families across the country.
In this session, James Beamesderfer, Vice President, Veterans Initiatives at Prudential Financial talks with Thomas Kastner, Financial Wellness Vice President at Wounded Warrior Project about how this partnership supports the financial health and vitality of military families.
Learn how Fifth Third Bank approaches financial health partnerships and explore the great work they are doing with the National Urban League to support communities most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, through upskilling and re-skilling services.
In this session, experts and practitioners will share best practices and a potential roadmap for financial services companies to use customer data ethically to improve financial offerings for underserved groups.
In this session, a panel of experts will discuss how the cascading economic consequences of the pandemic are reversing years of progress in workplace equity, and may have long-term implications for women's financial lives for years to come.
Learn how and why LendingClub made the strategic pivot to prioritize financial health in all of its products and services, how it transformed into a “financial health brand,” and how it’s tracking financial health impacts across its user base to measure success. Walk away with insights to transform your own organization’s financial health business strategy.
In this discussion, learn and share perspectives with financial health experts to start planning for the future of fintech and finhealth.
In this session, we will explore ways that financial institutions, policymakers, and industry leaders can come together to better support Americans relying on the social safety net, both today and in the future.
In this panel discussion, hear from leaders in healthcare, financial services, and workplace about ongoing efforts to drive equitable outcomes for all and the role of financial health in this critical movement.
This keynote address will also highlight opportunities for financial institutions to lead conversations, address disparities, develop solutions, and drive widespread impact for millions of people.
Systems, industries, organizations, and leaders are all rising to the challenge and opportunity to make financial health the lens through which we emerge from the pandemic better than before. Financial health must be more than a program or a promise if we are to meet the moment we’re in. It must become a movement, and the movement needs leaders who are accountable to its outcomes.
The Financial Health Visionary Award recognizes individuals who have shown unparalleled leadership in building a more accessible and inclusive financial system, and who seek to continue to inspire and encourage the next generation of leaders to innovate new solutions for the financially underserved. PayPal President and CEO Dan Schulman was the recipient of the inaugural award in 2018 for his commitment to transforming financial services to make life easier for billions of people around the world via the PayPal platform and network.
Join some of the experts from our amazing Day 2 lineup for an interactive roundtable on workplace financial health. As audience members, you will drive the conversation. Our experts will respond to your follow-up questions on prior sessions or any other pressing workplace finhealth topics on your mind.
Join some of the experts from our amazing Day 1 lineup for an interactive roundtable on workplace financial health. As audience members, you will drive the conversation. Our experts will respond to your follow-up questions on prior sessions or any other pressing workplace finhealth topics on your mind.
Learn how consumers are using Earned Wage Access (EWA) and Direct-to-Consumer (D2C) Advance products to bridge gaps between earning and accessing income, gain data-driven insights to guide key decisions in a showcase of findings from our recent consumer usage research, and discuss the ongoing policy debate.
Hear from several companies who have tested the impact of their financial health innovations, and learn about the behavioral techniques they leveraged for their savings programs that drove deeper engagement, increased savings deposits, and grew savings balances.
Even with limited scale and resources, small and mid-sized businesses can still empower the financial health of their employees. Join a conversation with nonprofit social enterprise and community development financial institution, Pacific Community Ventures, about tools and opportunities for workplace finhealth innovation.
Has your company considered how diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) commitments apply to employee financial health outcomes? Learn how HR and DEI leaders are furthering equitable outcomes by applying a DEI lens to their employee finhealth initiatives.
Comcast takes a proactive approach to driving innovation through HR. In this session, learn how they’re using data, employee personas, and a “test-and-learn” culture to create a hub of innovation within the business.
Discover a Prudential perspective on new skill sets and economies shaping the value exchange between employers and employees, and implications for the future of workplace financial health.
Understanding the needs of your employees is the first step in creating effective employee financial health programs. Learn how Humana built its Wellbeing Snapshot to provide leaders with a 360-degree view of associate well-being and how the firm uses that data to inform the design of its financial health programs.
Catch a pre-launch preview of the Financial Health Network’s upcoming toolkit for HR leaders and employers. This free guide is full of tools, advice, and case studies to help you address the financial health challenges of your employees.
Explore Chobani’s workplace finhealth strategy, implementation, and outcomes, from granting all employees equity awards in 2016 to raising its starting minimum wage to $15 per hour in 2020.
Learn how lack of emergency savings can hinder financial resiliency, and how workplace automated savings contribution programs can help, in this panel discussion.
Washington University in St. Louis summarizes key takeaways from working with financial health-focused fintechs, highlighting early findings about what works best – and for whom.
Join us to learn more about the grant program and meet potential grant partners.
Employers are increasingly looking at equity compensation programs as a way to promote employee financial wellness. How can equity compensation strategy influence holistic employee financial health in a post-COVID world? Morgan Stanley at Work's Rodney Bolden and Andrew Lendnal discuss this important topic in an exclusive EMERGE Workplace video.
Day One of EMERGE Workplace brings leading experts and HR practitioners to share their experiences designing finhealth solutions that effectively address a wide range of employee needs and business goals.
Join us to explore how to apply behavioral design principles to understand the factors that influence decision-making in various processes by key players within an organization, firm, or venture incubator and learn new strategies for debiasing recruitment and promotions processes to ensure hiring and retention of diverse teams.
Hear from an expert about the financial health challenges people with disabilities face and the opportunity to tailor fintech products and services to their needs.
Join us as representatives of Fifth Third Bank and the National Urban League discuss their efforts to remove barriers to equity, and how Fifth Third is working to close the income gap through innovative financial empowerment tools to improve financial health for all.
Despite being the most diverse group in the nation’s history, today’s young adults are often viewed as a monolithic group. A detailed look at their financial health tells a different story, however. Join us to explore key findings from the recently released report “Race, Ethnicity, and the Financial Lives of Young Adults,” along with solutions that can dismantle systemic barriers and improve financial health for all.
How do companies supporting the financial health of their customers and employees know which interventions are most effective? Here, we explore how a behavioral team operates within a financial services company to develop insights to create effective financial health solutions.
To seize opportunity, you need both money and cognitive energy – and financial challenges deprive you of both. Learn from Even what it means to have a “testing culture” and how that leads to better products and results.
What is the impact of emergency cash programs on financial health? Hear from financial coaching and emergency aid experts as they discuss what works, what doesn’t, and what providers still need to learn.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened awareness of the financial hardships millions of Americans now face, the economic impact has been disproportionately felt by some communities more than others. Discover innovative solutions nonprofits are developing and deploying to support the financial recovery of immigrants, people with disabilities, and other vulnerable populations during this time of crisis and beyond.
In this session, we welcomed two organizations to talk about the connection between financial health and customer satisfaction and trust.
Effective financial health strategy involves coordination between stakeholders. Gain insights from three financial institutions paving the way by integrating finhealth across their organizations.
To have a sustainable impact on the financial health of customers, employees, and communities, businesses need to take a holistic approach and have a roadmap to follow.
Join us as we explore the business case for financial health with one organization that is testing and learning how to further financial health for its customers and its business.
Hear from international peer organizations about how cross-sector partnerships are helping them to measure and improve financial health.
How we cut and evaluate data matters. What are the right questions to ask and demographics to examine? Join us for a discussion on how to use measurement to highlight the financial health gaps and needs of underserved populations.
Measuring financial health doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming to be effective. Hear about a new product from the Financial Health Network that makes it easier than ever to understand where your customers are succeeding and struggling financially.
We have more data about our customers’ financial lives than ever before, but how do we use these insights to understand and support their financial health? Our experts dive into how to unlock insights from customer data to understand pain points, build solutions, and improve their financial outcomes.
Join the authors of the recently released report “Race, Ethnicity, and the Financial Lives of Young Adults” as they reveal and discuss some of the surprising insights from this important research.
How has the economic fallout from COVID-19 disproportionately impacted the financial health of different groups of people in America? In this conversation with Urban Institute CEO Sarah Rosen Wartell, we take a deep dive into the pandemic’s impact on financial health.
The Financial Health Network fielded two nationally representative surveys in 2020 and analyzed the financial and transactional records of study participants. Here, we share key insights from our research.
Financial health initiatives have become more common in the workplace. But how do employers know if the solutions they offer are actually addressing their employees’ needs? When faced with an uncertain economic future, how can employers make more targeted, high-impact benefits decisions?
Join the authors of the recently released 2020 Trends Report to understand how financial health has changed against the backdrop of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn how the Financial Solutions Lab 2020 Accelerator Cohort Companies are innovating to improve the financial lives of workers and students.
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins delivering her Keynote Address at EMERGE: Financial Health Forum 2019.
Thasunda Duckett, Chief Executive Officer of Consumer Banking at JPMorgan Chase, delivering her Keynote Address at EMERGE: Financial Health Forum 2019.
The forces of AI and “the economies of unscale” are taking every element of the twentieth-century economy apart and reassembling it in an entirely new way.
Can a corporation’s commitment to financial health lead to positive social change while bolstering its brand reputation?