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At the end of a year filled with more challenges than anyone could have imagined when it began, banks and credit unions anticipate how COVID-19 will continue to impact operations, performance and safe service delivery. But it will also be wise to remain vigilant in providing a transparent overdraft service, compliant practices and clear, consistent messaging for account holders who are struggling to make ends meet, in order to avoid potential compliance and legal scrutiny in 2021.
A year ago, as banks and credit unions began the annual review of strategic planning initiatives, expectations for 2020 were high. But the impact of COVID-19 created a series of unprecedented circumstances that have altered the way financial institutions provide service and challenged the ability of many to pay for new initiatives and the technology that consumers have come to expect. Learn how a fully disclosed overdraft program and renegotiating your vendor contracts can help you recover lost revenue and prepare for the opportunities that a New Year will bring.
Living through financial uncertainties can be scary for consumers who don’t have a safety net to rely on to help them pay their bills and care for their families. Learn how to calm your account holders’ fears by treating them to a transparent overdraft solution with fully disclosed service and no tricks.
To remain agile and contend with the current environment learn more about maintaining compliance amid the current pandemic. Based on reviewing project data for clients over the past several months JMFA’s CEO, John Cohron, shares advice on how to improve performance and prepare for the post-pandemic recovery, as well as how to maintain compliance peace of mind, provide valuable, communicated services to your account holders, and much more.
Learn about how the pandemic has affected revenue and overall performance for community banks and credit unions over the past several months. Plus, you’ll also gain some perspectives for addressing updates and compliance considerations for your overdraft program.
Contactless payment cards and digital services used to be a luxury but now they are must-haves to keep up with consumer preferences. Find out what contactless payment cards are all about, the benefits, and the reasons why you should issue them ASAP. You would be surprised that it takes little work on your part to offset the costs of issuing contactless cards. With savings from contract negotiations, the additional dollars could help create stronger value with upgrades like contactless payment cards and improve your bottom line.
As financial institutions continue to address the myriad challenges the pandemic has created for maintaining effective operations, meeting performance goals and account holder expectations still remains top of mind. Following are tips that will help your institution recover lost revenue and provide financial peace of mind for your account holders, when many need it most.
Months after the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic, the added expenses needed to keep staff and consumers safe, and the economic impact of reduced earnings have created performance concerns for many financial institutions. Learn how a review of your existing service contracts can expose a silver lining to the situation by uncovering significant cost-savings, potential monetary incentives and improved vendor relations.
Great service experiences are like glue when it comes to creating brand loyalty—especially when it involves protecting someone’s financial security. Here are three ways to improve your overdraft solution that will restore your account holders’ peace of mind when they have a financial shortfall and create stronger, long-lasting relationships while safeguarding your institution’s compliance and protecting revenue.
The first half of 2020 has been filled with a combination of economic, business and service delivery challenges like we’ve have never seen before. As we reach the mid-year point, here are a few steps your bank or credit union can take to fortify your bottom line, maintain compliance awareness and improve the service experience for account holders in order to face the changing environment with confidence.
Studies show training improves productivity, employee satisfaction, and motivation—all of which boosts staff retention. Training can be one of your best tools for enhancing growth and supporting measurable results. At this time, as we all deal with changes in the workplace environment, leveraging new training opportunities is one way to keep employees engaged and productive. You’ll enjoy hearing from JMFA’s lead trainers as he shares some refreshing perspectives!
Our latest podcast covers ways to address immediate revenue needs by looking at savings opportunities within your vendor contracts. In this episode, you’ll learn useful tips on how to improve the bottom line without putting an extra strain on your internal resources.
Now more than ever, your compliance officer may be struggling to keep up with the massive number of regulatory alerts and changes occurring across the industry. Learn how you can better support their efforts, supplement their expertise and protect against legal scrutiny.
Thinking your bank or credit union isn’t large enough to negotiate major savings on your vendor contracts—especially now with the COVID-19 crisis? Think again. Here are the truths about negotiating that you can’t afford to ignore.
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