EMERGE Financial Health
June 8-10 and 23
Day 1 | Zooming Out: Systems Change
Watch day 1 of EMERGE Financial Health.
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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.
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.
In this discussion, learn and share perspectives with financial health experts to start planning for the future of fintech and finhealth.
By Jason Harvison, CEO, Elevate COVID-19 has upended the financial situation for millions of Americans. A December 2020 report from the Center for the New Middle Class showed that in the prior three months, 44% of nonprime Americans (those with credit scores below 700) and 53% of prime Americans (up from 34% pre-pandemic) experienced an...
A growing number of LMI older adults need tools that can help them plan for retirement and build financial security.
Explore research on how consumers are using the rapidly expanding marketplace of earned wage access and D2C advance products.
This in-depth look at the federal framework governing consumer financial data raises critical questions about the changing data ecosystem.
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.
By Josh Sledge Senior Director One of the discussion points surrounding this year’s election has centered around who gets to vote and how. This has brought attention to the barriers in place for people with a criminal record. An estimated 5.2 million people are barred from voting because of a felony conviction, impacting a disproportionate...