Explore the Sessions from Day 2 of EMERGE Insights 2020
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.
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.
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.
Hear from international peer organizations about how cross-sector partnerships are helping them to measure and improve financial health.
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.
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.
Effective financial health strategy involves coordination between stakeholders. Gain insights from three financial institutions paving the way by integrating finhealth across their organizations.
In this session, we welcomed two organizations to talk about the connection between financial health and customer satisfaction and trust.
2020 has been anything but ordinary. The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in record unemployment filings, long lines at food banks, and millions of Americans struggling to make ends meet. The Financial Health Network created the U.S. Financial Health Pulse in 2018 to provide an ongoing snapshot of the nation’s financial health, and this year, it offers a stark picture of the lopsided and inequitable impact of COVID-19 on communities across America. In this episode, Jennifer sits down with Bill Bynum, the CEO of HOPE, to get his thoughts on the country’s growing economic inequality and what we can do to facilitate opportunities for all, especially disenfranchised populations.
COVID-19 is adding immense pressure to the already precarious financial health of many Americans, reinforcing the important role of banks and credit unions in helping customers build financial resilience. But while the vast majority of customers expect their primary financial institutions (PFIs) to help improve their financial health, few believe their PFIs are actually doing...
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