Membership

Why Become a Member?

Over 160 like-minded organizations committed to creating the future of financial health. Together, our members reach over 200 million Americans, 80 million of whom are low- to moderate-income, with innovative products that pave the way for financial health. Learn more about our collective impact.

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What Membership Means

Our members are engaged in a joint effort to improve customers’ financial health through innovation.
To help along the journey, we provide:

Insight into what the marketplace needs through advanced consumer and industry research, fact-based advice, and peer-to-peer learning
Perspective based on our established reputation, decisive and respected voice on consumer financial needs, and a deep well of research and experience
Connection by joining members together at the table of financial services innovation and thought leadership, where they can see and be seen by other leaders and influencers

Just a Few Recent Examples of Impact:

J.P. Morgan, Intuit Give Mint, TurboTax Customers Wider Access to Bank Data

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and Intuit Inc. have entered into a new agreement to let the bank’s customers check account information on the technology firm’s sites without sharing their Chase passwords.

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Walmart, Green Dot See Quick Adoption of Savings Program

Walmart and Green Dot are helping prepaid cardholders shore up their finances through a prize-based savings program.

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Even Raises $40M to Transform the Working Class to the Savings Class

For Jon Schlossberg, CEO and co-founder of Even.com, improving the plight of ordinary Americans and their finances is a deeply personal and professional mission.

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Member Quotes

My conversations with the Financial Health Network have tremendously influenced the way that I think about the issues and the problems...how we can use technology and other forms of processes to drive financial health.

Dan Schulman, CEO PayPal

The fact that this financial health initiative is something that regardless of whether it's credit union or bank or different types of organizations, we're all coming together. And we're learning. We're building. We're being creative. All of that's built upon this network which was set up for us.

Creighton Blackwell, VP of Corporate Affairs Coastal Federal Credit Union

Don't Innovate Alone

Our Small Groups bring members together to:

  • Learn from experienced peers
  • Share knowledge
  • Shape the industry

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What Membership Does Not Mean

The Financial Health Network does not:

  • Endorse members or their products/ services.
  • Represent member interests with policymakers or regulators.
  • Extend the privilege of membership to organizations that seek the above as outcomes of membership. We reserve the right to decide which organizations belong in our Financial Health Network.
  • Members do not have any control over the Financial Health Network’s agenda, research, or any public policy positions the Financial Health Network may take.

Membership is by Invitation Only.

Questions? Contact us to learn more.

Mimi Joy

Head of Partnerships, Financial Health Network

mjoy@finhealthnetwork.org

404-316-2159