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Millennials Archive

Financial Institutions Must Help Millennials With Their Money Woes

Community banks and credit unions need to step up and help Millennials overwhelmed by their current financial situation.

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Millennials Are Ready For AI To Take Over Their Financial Lives

Millennials believe artificial intelligence will make banking easier, automate routine transactions and help them simplify their financial lives.

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Are You Too Old To Serve Millennials?

An aging workforce can affect your financial institution's competitive position. Here are five ways to attract and retain young talent.

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Millennial Business Owners Expand Digital Banking Opportunities

Millennials are the fastest growing segment of small business owners, providing a great underserved market for banks and credit unions.

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Community Banks and Credit Unions Face Generational Obsolescence

Will the banking industry's biggest players win the demographic battle, as smaller institutions die right alongside an aging customer base?

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Banks and Credit Unions Must Think Beyond Millennials

The Baby Boomer segment has been ignored by many banks and fintech startups despite their revenue potential.

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Reality Check: Why Your ‘Millennial Strategy’ Might Be Completely Irrelevant

Considering how long it's taken financial marketers to figure out Millennials, banks and credit unions should start thinking about Gen Z now.

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Banking Fails to Meet Needs of Most Valuable Consumer Segment

Meeting the financial needs of the 50+ consumer increases revenues today, while potentially gaining loyalty from Millennial family members.

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Millennials: The ‘Debt Averse’ Generation

Millennials don't want any more debt and are teaching their kids to shun borrowing. How will traditional lenders survive if two consecutive generations spurn credit?

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Millennials Like Mobile Banking… A Lot

With Millennials leading the way, consumers are looking for tools that allow them to take control of their finances and make banking easier.

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What Motivates Millennials to Switch Banks

Millennials are open to switching financial institutions if they are given rewards, access to branches and well-designed digital applications.

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Are You Ready For The Millennial Mortgage Boom?

17 million first-time homebuyers are entering the housing market in the next five years, and most of them will be Millennials. Are you ready?

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Make Way for the Millennial Borrower

There is a large Millennial mortgage lending opportunity for financial institutions that can convert from paper to digital processes.

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Millennials Won’t Wait for Banks to Understand Them

Despite the size and importance of the Millennial segment, traditional banking organizations still aren't providing the experience expected.

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Why Don’t Millennials Love Digital Payments?

Mobile payments by Millennials fall short of potential due to security concerns and a tendency to favor traditional payment options.

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Millennials Blow One-Fifth of Their Income on Student Loan Payments

How can Millennials ever think about getting a home loan when they are already drowning in debt from their student loans?

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Battle for the Ages in Financial Services

Banks and credit unions must understand the unique financial needs and service expectations of the Baby Boomer and Millennial generations.

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Millennials Go Bananas For Super Cool, Very Pricey Metal Credit Card

By all accounts, everyone knew that the Chase Sapphire Reserve was going to be a big deal. Everyone except Chase, that is.

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Marketing Banking Services to Millennials is Like Musical Chairs

Millennials switch banking providers more than any other segment, but who will they ultimately stay with when the music finally stops?

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Credit Unions Lose ‘Primary’ Status with Half of Millennials as They Age

20% of 18-24 year-old Millennials say they use a credit union as their primary financial institution, but that number is cut in half for Millennials ages 25-34.

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