Articles by Lora Bray

Bridge the Trust Gap

How does your CU instill and maintain consumer trust?
Converting disengaged customers into fully engaged customers could open up billions in deposits and investable assets.
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Digital Disruption: Bust or Blockbuster?

Transforming member relationships can be both good—and risky.
The digital transformation is changing how financial institutions interact and serve consumers.
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Student Loan Debt Inhibits American Dream for Many

Pursuit of the American Dream—and higher education—often carries a big price tag.
Student debt prevents many young adults from achieving financial goals, such as buying homes.
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Help Members Conquer Their Financial Fears

Inertia keeps many people from moving their money to more affordable providers.
Retirement remains Americans’ top financial worry. 
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Help Kids Brush Up on Finances

When young people know the financial planning drill, they make better choices.
Tooth Fairy offers chance to teach children about smart money habits.
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Your Job Is a Work of Art

Effective leaders challenge the status quo.
‘Curiosity serves as a trigger for innovation and invention.’
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Can Consumers Trust Their Retirement Intuition?

Too many consumers leave retirement planning to chance.
Confidence in retirement security grows among those with financial plans.
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Start Your Auto Loan Engines

Expect new-car sales to top 16 million in 2014—the first time that’s happened since 2007.
Know what lies ahead on the auto-lending horizon.
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Keep the Wolf at Bay

Thriving in a competitive financial services arena.
Become the “go to” institution for consumers.
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Home Sweet Home

Spring into action with targeted mortgage services.
Homeownership trends and the economy impact generations of consumers.
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