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3 roles every financial institution needs to fill

first_img 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Natalie PowersWe recently attended the BAI 2014 Retail Delivery Conference to see what’s new, improved, and trending in the realm of financial service delivery and engagement. Not surprisingly, much of the discussion revolved around how to effectively adapt and evolve. Here’s a truth that credit unions (and probably some local banks) need to face: your competition is changing and evolving faster than you are.Organizations that are focused on where they want to be, rather than where they are today, are creating solutions to make banking easier. If your strategy isn’t looking any further ahead than next year, you’re only answering the problems that have been solved yesterday by online technology. Consumers have more options available to them than ever before, so if you want to win them over you’ve got to put the right pieces in place today and begin to truly focus on meeting tomorrow’s needs.Here are three key roles any financial institution needs to fill in order to be successful. If any of these are missing, it’s time to hire somebody who can effectively fill the role or find a strategic partner to assist you with the missing element(s).1. An innovative, up-to-date information technology manager.This person’s primary role is bringing cutting-edge technology to the financial institution while creating bottom-line savings. Repairing hardware should be the least of his or her daily functions. continue reading »last_img read more

Pandemic or not, here comes the new HQ

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » There’s no good time for a deadly pandemic. For two credit unions — one in the Rocky Mountain West and the other on Lake Michigan — the coronavirus complicated matters beyond figuring out how to serve members while working from home.United Federal Credit Union ($3.2B, St. Joseph, MI) and Blue Federal Credit Union ($1.3B, Cheyenne, WY) were both fully immersed in headquarter construction projects when COVID-19 struck. Both are still on track to open their new digs this fall, although each credit union has had to deal with challenges along the way.On Time And Under Budget In WyomingBlue FCU is the product of the 2016 merger of Warren Federal Credit Union in Wyoming and Community Financial Credit Union in Colorado. The credit union now has support staff at four locations across the two states. What it doesn’t have is a headquarters building.last_img read more