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 Jennifer Tescher: Looking Back, Moving Forward

Jennifer Tescher: Looking Back, Moving Forward

It’s been a roller coaster of a year. Still, one thing is certain: There is a growing chorus of leaders committed to improving financial health for all – teaching us that while the context in which we operate matters, acting in line with our values matters more. In a special year-end episode of EMERGE Everywhere, host Jennifer Tescher shares reflections from conversations with 18 visionaries who graced the podcast this year and the lessons we can learn from them as we prepare for 2022.

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EMERGE Financial Health 2022
Sep 21 -23
Starting @ 9:00am CT

EMERGE Financial Health 2022

Our flagship in-person event is back for cross-industry leaders to collaborate, learn, and get inspired to support the future of financial health.

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EMERGE Workplace 2022
Mar 30
11:00am - 1:00pm CT

EMERGE Workplace 2022

This one day event will explore the latest trends, strategies, and solutions for employers seeking to improve the financial health of their teams.

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 Franklin Madison CFO Talks Insurtech Trends

Franklin Madison CFO Talks Insurtech Trends

Learn how the pandemic has transformed consumer perspectives on insurance in this insurtech trend forecast from PYMNTS.com and Franklin Madison Chief Financial Officer Preston Porter. Presented by Franklin Madison

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 Brett King: The Future of Everything

Brett King: The Future of Everything

Can we predict the future? Brett King believes he can. The self-proclaimed futurist is known for his ability to see the social and economic changes coming and the opportunities they will bring. In this episode of EMERGE Everywhere, Jennifer sits down with Brett to discuss his newest book, “The Rise of Technosocialism: How Inequality, AI and Climate Will Usher in a New World,” and how we can prepare ourselves to meet the most pressing challenges facing businesses and societies today.

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Measure Financial Health in Minutes With Attune

Measure Financial Health in Minutes With Attune

Attune helps organizations optimize for financial health quickly and easily through data measurement and analytics. In a special video spotlight, learn about our new powerful digital insights platform, developed by a world-class advisory council and backed by years of research from the Financial Health Network.

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 Maria Flynn: The Future of Work

Maria Flynn: The Future of Work

Maria Flynn knows the importance of bringing together competing interests to create dynamic and sustainable solutions that work. As the CEO of nonprofit Jobs for the Future (JFF), Maria draws on her nearly three decades of experience at the intersection of education and work to lead the organization’s overall growth strategy. In this episode of EMERGE Everywhere, Jennifer sits down with Maria to tackle some of the biggest questions in the workforce today, from the role of technology to the future of higher education.

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 Brandee McHale: Changing Hearts and Minds

Brandee McHale: Changing Hearts and Minds

Brandee McHale of Citi Foundation understands the vision of financial health – she’s dedicated her career to creating measurable change and improving the lives of those in need. In this episode of EMERGE Everywhere, Jennifer sits down with Brandee to explore her professional path in the world of philanthropy, the importance of understanding the financial lives of Americans, and the latest findings of the Financial Health Pulse report.

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True Cost of a Loan: Oportun Loans are One-Sixth the Cost of Alternatives

True Cost of a Loan: Oportun Loans are One-Sixth the Cost of Alternatives

Recent analysis from the Financial Health Network found that Oportun installment loans cost significantly less over the life of the loan, compared with other loan products available to similar borrowers for near prime consumers or consumers without a credit score. The Financial Health Network’s proprietary True Cost of a Loan study, which reflects total costs to repay a loan fully, revealed that some competitor products will charge you more in interest and fees than the actual amount borrowed. In comparing those products to Oportun installment loans, Financial Health Network found that others charge an average of 6 times more than Oportun does, and in some cases as much as 24 times more. The True Cost of a Loan considers what goes into various types of loan products and provides ways to understand loan affordability.