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Creating win-win partnerships, The Customer Effect

Behind the US Bank, Greenlight partnership

  • Serving Gen Z has created a conundrum for banks: they know they need to have an offering for younger customers but they don't quite know what to build for them.
  • U.S. Bank recently partnered with Greenlight to roll out a family banking offering to its customers within its mobile app.
Zachary Miller | June 25, 2024
10-Q, Member Exclusive

‘In health but not in sickness’: Wells Fargo might be having second thoughts about its partnership with Bilt

  • Wells Fargo and Bilt's partnership over the co-branded credit cards appears to be teetering on the brink of trouble.
  • The scenario is seemingly advantageous for the other two parties involved — Bilt and consumers — but less so for Wells Fargo, which naturally aimed to gain more than it stood to lose.
Sara Khairi | June 24, 2024
Banking, Path to growth

How Majority’s immigrant focus doubled users and is on track to reach $2 billion of deposits in a year

  • Growing neobanks and fintechs that focus on niche consumer segments is difficult because t's become easier for big banks to branch out and start to cater to niche consumer segments.
  • One immigrant focused fintech, Majority, has emerged stronger. Dive into how the firm has used a 'diaspora by diaspora' strategy and community engagement to double its user growth.
Rabab Ahsan | June 21, 2024
Running an SMB

Do SMBs lean toward specific financial service providers, and can they manage multiple relationships effectively?

  • SMBs are keen on adopting new technologies but how prepared are they to embrace technological advancements? 
  • Senior executives across different financial firms including TD Bank, Bank of America, Intuit, Amex, and Visa gather their perspectives based on their interactions with SMBs.
Sara Khairi | June 20, 2024
Blockchain and Crypto, Path to growth

What the bitcoin ETF could means for digital currencies in financial services

  • BlackRock's spot Bitcoin ETF broke records by amassing $10 billion in assets in just 49 days and has now climbed to over $20 billion under management.
  • Investor interest in digital assets may have a spillover effect of building a larger crypto ecosystem and educating end users.
Zachary Miller | June 20, 2024
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