Voters are twice as likely to say that retailers, not financial institutions, are responsible for protecting customers’ payment data.
Of three generations queried in a Wells Fargo/Ipsos survey released yesterday, millennials expressed the most optimism about the present and future path of the economy and their current and future financial situations.
One-third of depository institutions have reported receiving pressure by their examiners to conduct stress tests on their portfolios or to expand ongoing stress testing, according to a recent survey by financial service provider Sageworks.
American confidence in banks edged up to its highest point since 2008, according to Gallup’s annual “Confidence in Institutions” survey.
Banks are the institutions customers trust most to safeguard their personal data, according to a report yesterday from Accenture that also saw banks’ relationships with their customers becoming less branch-dependent and more transactional.
The millennial generation — those aged 18 to 34 — recognize the value of savings, but their student debt burden limits their ability to save for long-term goals.