The ABA Foundation announced this week that roughly 33,000 bank volunteers from 800 banks have reached more than 1.2 million people through financial education.
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“When we’re able to take banking to them, at a place where they already have trust with their employer, that’s a bridge,” says Jennifer Huffman of Atlantic Union Bank’s workplace banking product. “From there we’re able to grow that relationship.”
Bad actors are continually tweaking their strategies in an effort to bypass defense systems.
Educating consumers about financial literacy is rarely a one-time action. It requires regular and continuous engagement.
Affordable housing is an old problem in search of new solutions. As banks develop creative, sustainable programs to help close ever-widening wealth and homeownership gaps in underserved communities, they know there’s more to be done.
Many millennials may not know bankers can help. And too many do not know how to ask.
From in-school branches to new partnerships, how community banks are rewriting the script on financial education in schools.
More than nine in 10 bank customers believe poor financial literacy is a problem for young people under age 25, with most also saying that the subject should be taught in school, according to a recent survey by J.D. Power.
The American Bankers Association Foundation and the FBI today released a new infographic offering consumers tips to avoid online shopping scams this holiday season.
CACM includes a series of nine courses designed for individuals seeking to learn more about payments and treasury management.