EMERGE Financial Health
June 8-10 and 23
Day 2 | Zooming In: People and Leaders
Watch day 2 of EMERGE Financial Health.
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Explore Sessions from EMERGE Financial Health Day 2
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 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.
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.
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.
Learn how stimulus payments and tax refunds impacted consumer finances in the first installment of our new Pulse Points series.
Financially struggling households make up the vast majority of spending on fees and interest for everyday financial services.
New analysis from BlackRock’s Emergency Savings Initiative examining the financial health and savings habits of women in the U.S.
Young adults of color, particularly those who are Black and Latinx, bear a disproportionate share of economic hardship among young Americans.
This brief examines three approaches for measuring financial health using administrative data and how three Financial Health Leaders – LendingClub, Credit Karma, and Commonwealth Bank of Australia – used them to inform their products, programs, and strategies.
Better for Employees, Better for Business: The Case for Employers to Invest in Employee Financial Health
Employees at mid- to large-sized companies struggle with many aspects of their financial lives, causing them stress and creating spillover effects on job productivity, according to a new survey of 1,000 employees. In this infographic, Financial Health Network reveals key survey findings and opportunities for employers.