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Bridge the Trust Gap

How does your CU instill and maintain consumer trust?
Lora Bray
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Converting disengaged customers into fully engaged customers could open up billions in deposits and investable assets.
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Scenes from the CUNA Payments Roundtable

Don’t lose sight of the basics in today’s fast-changing world.
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‘There’s a lot of news—and noise—surrounding payments right now.’
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Mobile Banking: Members vs. Customers

In some ways, CUs are ahead of their bank counterparts in this area.
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There are big differences in how CU members and bank customers use mobile banking.
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Prepare for the Next Revolution

Waves of innovation to affect CUs, consumers in 2014.
Lora Bray
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‘I never think about the future—it comes soon enough.’
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Mobile Services Are a Game-Changer

New technologies must be simple to use, actionable, and secure.
Zoya Lieberman
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Mobile banking, check capture, cardless ATMs, and virtual credit cards can help CUs expand their footprint.
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CUs Poised to Lead in Technology Innovation

Smaller financial institutions tend to be more agile than their larger competitors.
Tom Bryan
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Smaller financial institutions tend to be more agile than their larger competitors.
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Find Your Voice

CUs hit the high notes for their members.
Lora Bray
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Are you singing the right part—or are you a soprano trying to master the bass line? 
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Top Nine Tweetable Moments from FinovateSpring

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Conference highlights the best in financial services innovation.
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Service is the Problem; Technology is the Answer

Responsiveness and ease of doing business are key to member loyalty.
Nicole Sturgill
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Members will leave when it becomes more difficult to do business with you than to move their accounts.
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Advanced Transaction Monitoring Mitigates ACH Fraud Losses

Technology detects anomalies before ACH files are transferred to the Federal Reserve.
Jamie Rowsell
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Cyber criminals have cost U.S. companies more than $15 billion over the past five years.
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