The holidays brought laughter by the fireplace, warm desserts, and the joyous sounds of caroling. But lurking outside in the frigid cold, after the tree is put away and before the first credit card bi...
Changes continue to occur within the financial institution industry. So as an industry expert, you need to have the latest information on hand to effectively react to the changes or prepare for the future. From new legislation, to finding creative ways to retain your top talent, we pulled together our four most read blog posts so far in 2017. Enjoy!
Is your financial institution is brainstorming new ways to keep your executive talent? Employment turnover is costly, especially at the C-Suite level. This article provides four ways to create employment offers for both future and current employees.
The Military Lending Act (MLA) was created to help the men and women who protect our great nation. In 2015, a new rule was added to the MLA affecting credit card transactions, potentially impacting financial institutions. Here's what you need to know for the impending MLA compliance deadline of October 3, 2017.
After the fall of the housing marketing in 2008, many financial institutions have reassessed their lending strategies making it more difficult for the average Joe to obtain a home equity loan. With the help of equity default insurance, more of your borrowers can pass 'Go' and collect their requested funds. We have a colorful infographic to help explain how default insurance could positively impact your lending efforts.
Offering financial planning services to financial institution customers means one more feather in your cap over your competition. By providing this service to members, both young and young-at-heart, your institution can become a one-stop shop for banking, payments, and retirement services. This article provides some ideas on how to best support your customers' retirement efforts.
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Victoria Penn is the AVP of Marketing for SWBC. She manages a team of marketers that develop traditional and digital marketing strategies. She also leads the Content Marketing Strategy for SWBC.
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