The Financial Solutions Lab is on a mission to serve the underserved with the launch of its seventh fintech Accelerator Challenge. Read the Article >>
Explore insights into the relationship between bank tech stacks and consumer finances, including the evolution of digital banking and personal finance technology trends.
Now more than ever, older adults are at greater risk of medical emergencies. Yet many are also caretakers for family members – making them even more susceptible to medical financial shocks.
Learn how the Financial Solutions Lab 2020 Accelerator Cohort Companies are innovating to improve the financial lives of workers and students.
By Corey Stone Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Financial Health Network Now more than ever, consumers want and need tools that can help improve their financial health. While fintechs and other innovators have developed a new generation of personal finance tools, banks and credit unions have not yet adopted them widely. Banks already have the customer relationships, the data…
Explore the current landscape and opportunities to help financial institutions overcome these barriers to power effective finhealth tools.
Provided by Branch, this research reveals how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the priorities and concerns for workers in sectors such as food service, retail, and healthcare.
Some of the most popular financial health tools introduced by fintechs actually replicate and automate habits and “life hacks” that many households used successfully before the era of electronic banking and payments. These digital “retronovations” bode well for banks and credit unions seeking to offer services that help their customers while also bringing subscription revenues that lessen institutions’ dependence on penalty fees.
Principal® Foundation research shows that In the United States, 54% of young people between the ages of 18 and 30 report they have hit financial rock bottom – a situation made worse by pandemic-related job losses and college closures. This report shares new potential solutions from the Principal Foundation YouthCan Initiative Innovation Challenge, which supports organizations working to tackle the financial issues facing young people today.
In this session, learn how for-profit startups and nonprofit innovators are partnering to provide vulnerable communities with greater access to digital tools and new approaches that support financial health.
In this session, we explore the role of an inclusive and tech-powered yet high-touch approach to financial services to stabilize vulnerable communities with Raul Vazquez, CEO of Oportun.