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  • Improve Sales Effectiveness Through Omnichannel Offer Presentment

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/17/2016

    Customers are demanding more from their banks. Despite investments in digital customer experience, many banks are falling short of customers' high expectations, primarily because often fall short in delivering a true "win-win" value proposition for both the customer and the bank. Why is that? What prevents the banking industry from finally delivering on the decades-old vision of offering the right product to the right customer at the right time? How can you finally deliver the true omni-channel experience customers want rather than wasting money on a trendy technology investment that doesn't deliver ROI?

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    PRESENTER(S):

    Frank Bria, VP of Digital Engagement

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    Customers are demanding more from their banks. Despite investments in digital customer experience, many banks are falling short of customers' high expectations, primarily because often fall short in delivering a true "win-win" value proposition for both the customer and the bank. Why is that? What prevents the banking industry from finally delivering on the decades-old vision of offering the right product to the right customer at the right time? How can you finally deliver the true omni-channel experience customers want rather than wasting money on a trendy technology investment that doesn't deliver ROI?

    THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

    1. The 3 mistakes most banks make that keep them underperforming in customer acquisition
    2. The 1 assumption you may be making that will keep your bank from being competitive in the next 3 - 5 years
    3. Why the "conventional wisdom" around marketing segmentation is holding back the return on your technology investments

    TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

    1. Learn how to stop your organizational structure from inhibiting your ability to deliver real value to your customer
    2. Understand why "next best offer" technology often fails to deliver better offers than your front line sales staff
    3. Gain insights to drive an effective omni-channel strategy that delivers value for the customer and the bank


    Frank Bria

    VP of Digital Engagement, Nomis Solutions

    Frank Bria has more than 15 years of experience in the financial services sector involving data analysis, loss forecasting, marketing analytics, and technology process design supporting retail banking. Frank is one of the pioneers of price optimization in retail banking having conducted some of the first implementations and pilots in the industry. He also has experience in customer experience design including account opening, servicing, and collections processing. His specialty is using data and analytics to improve processes and deliver bottom-line results.

    Frank's experience includes consulting for 9 of the top 10 retail banks in the United States as well as 5 of the top global 15. A former analyst for CEB TowerGroup covering analytics in the retail banking space, Frank has published a number of reports on price optimization, customer profitability, and customer experience. In previous positions, he designed software offerings in price optimization and loss mitigation analytics at Earnix, Cambio Technologies, Response Analytics and Khimetrics/SAP and provided technology and analytic support to a number of operational processes at Capital One.

    The author of the book Seven Billion Banks, Frank has been a featured speaker and contributor at a number of industry conferences worldwide. Frank holds a Master of Science in mathematics from Purdue University and a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from Brigham Young University. He is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.

  • Consumer Spending Patterns: What Your Institution Needs to Know

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/10/2016

    Learn how aggregated transaction data, analytics, and algorithms will help your institution better understand your cardholders' needs.

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    PRESENTER:
    Sarah Quinlan, SVP, Mastercard Advisors

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    Learn how aggregated transaction data, analytics, and algorithms will help your institution better understand your cardholders' needs.

    This session provides analysis into consumer spending patterns overall, by region, channel, and sector. These insights help institutions benchmark their business and develop strategy to improve performance.

    MARKET INSIGHTS TOPICS INCLUDE:

    1. How healthy is the U.S. consumer? - Where are they spending and how has that changed?
    2. What impact does change in consumer spending have on the US economy?
    3. An analysis of changes in consumer confidence, regional employment, wages, housing markets, debt and demographic factors affecting consumer spending on goods and experiences and how to positively translate this for your business.

    TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

    1. Obtain a sense of the "voice of the customer" from Mastercard, and, more importantly, learn how to apply similar methodology to your own portfolio
    2. Understand how consumer purchase behavior is influenced by changes in the economy, the market, and technology
    3. Understand how to tweak your strategy to improve portfolio performance based upon the latest consumer spend trends

    Sarah Quinlan

    SVP, MasterCard Advisors

    Sarah Quinlan is the Senior Vice President and Group Head of Market Insights for MasterCard Advisors, the analytics and insights consulting unit of MasterCard. Providing macro-to-micro economic trends related to consumer spending and retail sales, Sarah advises executives across industries, including retail, banking, capital markets and government agencies. She and her team analyze and predict spending patterns, based on the billions of anonymous purchases MasterCard processes every year, to create solutions that help clients make better business decisions.

    Sarah is widely recognized as an expert in her field and appears regularly in the media. Prior to joining MasterCard Advisors in 2013, Sarah spent 28 years in the capital markets as an investment banker, portfolio manager and hedge fund manager. Sarah received her BA and MBA from the University of Chicago in Politics, Economics, Rhetoric and Law with Special Honors and in Finance and Accounting, respectively.

  • CBA Member Webinar - Election 2016: What It Means for Retail Banking

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/09/2016

    Join CBA's CEO as he gives an inside look at election 2016 and what it means for retail banking.

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    PRESENTERS:

    Richard Hunt, President and Chief Executive Officer, Consumer Bankers Association
    Sam Whitfield, Senior Vice President, Congressional Affairs, Consumer Bankers Association
    Steven Zeisel, General Counsel, Executive Vice President, Consumer Bankers Association

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    Join CBA's CEO as he gives an inside look at election 2016 and what it means for retail banking. He will be joined by CBA's head of congressional affairs, Sam Whitfield, and CBA's general counsel, Steven Zeisel, to address questions such as "Will there be a changing of the guard in the House and Senate", or "What will happen at the CFPB?" Listen in as they discuss what's being said in Washington and give an overview of what banks should prepare to do post-election.

    THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

    1. Key appointments in the administration.
    2. Legislative and Regulatory Affairs for 2017 - Will there be leadership changes to the Senate Banking Committee and House Financial Services Committee? What does this mean for policy?
    3. Could a five-person commission be in the future for the CFPB? Is Richard Cordray here to stay?

    Richard Hunt

    President and CEO, Consumer Bankers Association (CBA)

    Richard Hunt is President and CEO of the Consumer Bankers Association (CBA) representing the retail banking industry, including the nation's largest bank holding companies as well as regional and super community banks. Prior to joining CBA, Hunt served as senior vice president of federal policy for the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) and was also the senior managing director of the Securities Industry Association, which merged with the Bond Market Association in 2006 to form SIFMA. In these roles he led major initiatives on investment tax and retirement legislation, and various other financial services issues. Hunt began his career in the U.S. House of Representatives where he spent seven years serving as chief of staff, two years as district manager, and three years as district representative for Congressman Jim McCrery (R-LA).

    Steven Zeisel

    Executive Vice President and General Counsel, CBA

    Steven I. Zeisel is the Executive Vice President and General Counsel, and has been with CBA since 1991. His expertise covers a diverse range of financial services issues, with a focus on consumer financial regulation and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. He also serves as Secretary of CBA's Board of Directors, and as the lead liaison to CBA's Committees on Community Reinvestment and Fair & Responsible Banking, as well as CBA's Government Relations Council. Prior to joining CBA, Steve was a Senior Attorney with the Division of Consumer and Community Affairs of the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, DC and subsequently in-house retail counsel for two banks in Maryland.

    Sam Whitfield

    Senior Vice President of Congressional Affairs, CBA

    Samuel (Sam) Whitfield, Jr. is the Senior Vice President of Congressional Affairs at CBA. Whitfield, a seasoned public policy professional, joined CBA with an extensive background in the public and private sectors, ranging from associations to Capitol Hill and the White House. In his role, he leads CBA's government relations team and serves as a member of the CBA management team. Most recently, Whitfield served as Deputy Chief Advocacy Officer for Congressional Relations at the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). Prior to his tenure at CUNA, Whitfield held positions with the National Association of Realtors as Senior Legislative Representative and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy as Legislative Analyst/Public Affairs Specialist. He also spent five years with Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-Mississippi) as Deputy Press Secretary.

  • Cashing In On Your Check Program

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/09/2016

    New research shows check writers are among the most profitable to your bank and offer great lifetime value.

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    PRESENTERS:

    Gwen Cuffie, Vice President, Payments Product Management, Harland Clarke
    Debra Corwin, Vice President, Product Marketing, Harland Clarke
    Corbin Christenson, Executive Director, Strategy and Planning, Harland Clarke
    Stephen Nikitas, Senior Strategy Director, Harland Clarke

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    New research shows check writers are among the most profitable to your bank and offer great lifetime value. Here are some facts you may not know about check writers:

    • They are more loyal
    • They carry higher balances
    • They have more products
    • They have more investable assets

    Join this webinar where we will discuss these facts and more — plus how to get maximum value from your check program and elevate your bank to primary status.

    Gwen Cuffie

    Vice President Payments Product Management, Harland Clarke

    Senior Marketing leadership experience with several large financial institutions, including Small Business and Commercial Banking, now managing the business and personal check program at Harland Clarke.

    Debra Corwin

    Vice President Product Marketing, Harland Clarke

    Responsible for Check Programs and Security Solutions with over 20 years of experience with Harland Clarke and in the print industry since 1978.

    Corbin Christenson

    Executive Director Strategy and Planning, Harland Clarke

    20 years' experience in the banking industry, leads reporting measurements and analytics for Harland Clarke's client programs.

    Stephen Nikitas

    Senior Market Strategist, Harland Clarke

    Stephen Nikitas holds more than 30 years’ experience in strategic planning, marketing, public relations and executive speechwriting.  As senior strategist with Harland Clarke Marketing Solutions, Stephen provides consultative services to banks and credit unions, helping them craft marketing and retail strategies and campaigns to take advantage of existing market and financial conditions and to grow targeted portfolios. Stephen speaks on a variety of topics aimed at helping financial institutions grow and prosper, including loan portfolio growth, account holder retention, and turning regulatory issues into opportunities.

  • The Impact to Credit Scores & Credit Score Models From Data Suppression

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/03/2016

    A look at the impact of public records and other factors in credit scoring.

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    PRESENTER:
    Nick Rose, Senior Scientist, VantageScore Solutions

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    There are many potential credit file entries that scoring models evaluate when predicting the likelihood that a given consumer will default on his or her loan payments. Tax liens and civil judgement records are recognizable factors; both of which are being reviewed as part of the National Consumer Assistance Plan (NCAP) to enhance the accuracy of credit reports and make it easier and more transparent for consumers dealing with their personal credit information.

    How will the removal of certain public records affect a credit score, your customers and, ultimately, provide lenders with a more diverse and expansive lending universe? Using the latest analytics and research, viewers will learn about the unscoreable population and the importance of fine-tuning your credit assessment tools - whether it be through removing non-essential credit file entries to validating credit score models annually - to improve predictability and accuracy as well as facilitate inclusiveness. The webinar also will review potential changes in the credit scoring industry and how your bank can navigate what's to come.

    THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

    1. Impact of public records on credit scores
    2. Latest research on the unscoreable population
    3. Importance of staying transparent and updated with your bank's risk assessment tools

    TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

    1. Diversify and expand your lending pool
    2. Improve risk predictability with loan candidates
    3. Understanding of future credit scoring industry changes and how it affects your bottom line

    ABOUT OUR PRESENTER:

    Nick Rose, Senior Scientist, VantageScore Solutions

    Nick Rose currently serves as Senior Scientist at VantageScore Solutions, the company behind the VantageScore® credit scoring model. In this role his responsibilities include revalidating and enhancing the flagship consumer credit score model VantageScore, which was introduced in 2006 by the three national credit reporting companies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. Mr. Rose's primary responsibilities include stress testing, identifying credit usage patterns and factors that will improve the VantageScore model's accuracy, consistency and stability. Additionally, Mr. Rose plans and executes studies and whitepapers focused on the impacts of myriad economic conditions and borrower behaviors on consumer credit scores.

    Prior to working with Vantagescore Solutions, Mr. Rose served as Chief Analyst for retail banking at JPMorganChase. In this position Rose's responsibilities included managing teams devoted to developing advanced analytical models for evaluation and optimization of business strategies for retail banking infrastructure including branch planning, marketing, human resources, loss forecasting, finance and risk operations. His other activities included analytic contributions to a diverse set of business unit challenges (retail, business banking, branch planning, collections, risk operations, home lending loss forecasting) that helped drive decision-making.

    Nick earned a PhD in Statistics from Texas A&M University.

  • Credit Privacy Numbers and Identity Fraud

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/02/2016

    Typically framed as credit repair, companies sell nine-digit numbers that look like a Social Security Number (SSN) and are intended to be used by consumers to rebuild their credit. These numbers, called Credit Profile Numbers, Credit Privacy Numbers (CPNs) or Secondary Credit Numbers (SCNs) are also widely used by fraudsters to commit crime.

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    PRESENTER:
    Taras Matiychuk, Fraud Manager, Clarity Services

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    Typically framed as credit repair, companies sell nine-digit numbers that look like a Social Security Number (SSN) and are intended to be used by consumers to rebuild their credit. These numbers, called Credit Profile Numbers, Credit Privacy Numbers (CPNs) or Secondary Credit Numbers (SCNs) are also widely used by fraudsters to commit crime.

    Difficult to detect, Synthetic Identity Fraud is a major source of losses for many industries. In this presentation we will discuss origins of CPNs, share examples, and inform and educate on some of the key behaviors indicative of synthetic identity fraud.

    THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

    1. Definitions and uses of Credit Privacy Numbers
    2. Auxiliary services offered by credit repair agencies
    3. Ways to detect CPNs

    TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

    1. Learn how to identify Credit Privacy Number
    2. Learn what do fraudsters use as legal backing for using CPNs
    3. Learn how fraudsters strengthen their fake credit profiles

    Taras Matiychuk

    Fraud Manager, Clarity Services

    Taras is the Fraud Manager at Clarity and prior to joining the team has 15 years of risk management and fraud prevention experience at a top financial services company. Besides working with check cashing, retail, tax return and online fraud Taras' accomplishments include managing a Real Time Fraud Prevention and Strategic Fraud Prevention Teams.

  • A "Wealth" of Data to Drive Efficient Growth

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/26/2016

    The growth opportunities for wealth management services for banks are tremendous as trillions of dollars of assets move from one generation to the next.

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    PRESENTER:

    Victoria Lubnik, Director, Advisory Services, Fiserv

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    The growth opportunities for wealth management services for banks are tremendous as trillions of dollars of assets move from one generation to the next. This massive transfer of wealth from Traditionals and Boomers, to Gen X and Millennials, is already underway and will continue for years. Institutions need to ensure their products, services and technological capabilities are structured to capture targeted customer segments now.

    THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

    1. The scope of wealth transfer and what it means for financial institutions
    2. How to leverage data to validate your business strategy
    3. How to identify target segments

    TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

    1. Define/validate business strategy
    2. Learn what it takes to stay relevant
    3. Gain an understanding of how wealth management is evolving

    Victoria Lubnik

    Director, Advisory Services, Fiserv

    Victoria Lubnik directs Advisory Services at Fiserv. Previously, Victoria served as the Fiserv practice leader for Wealth Management Consulting at Fiserv. She has extensive experience working with various wealth institutions to establish benchmarks compared to their peers. Victoria and her team have consulted organizations on business strategy and ways to optimize revenue, streamline processes and efficiencies, enhance the customer experience, and validate product and account profitability.

  • Customer Scoring: Analytics and Technology to Move Your Bank Ahead

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/25/2016

    In the current rate and competitive environment, it is more critical than ever for banks and their customers that banks optimize relationships with their customers. The difficulty is in understanding what exactly is the optimal relationship with each customer.

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    PRESENTERS:

    Andrew Frisbie, Managing Director, Novantas
    Edward Niestat, Managing Director, Novantas

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    In the current rate and competitive environment, it is more critical than ever for banks and their customers that banks optimize relationships with their customers. The difficulty is in understanding what exactly is the optimal relationship with each customer. The best way for banks to understand and achieve this mutually beneficial outcome is by utilizing "big data" techniques applied to a bank's customer, product, account, and transactional data to generate highly accurate suites of scores. Experience has shown that when developed and implemented effectively, the use of customer scoring can significantly improve the outcomes of deposit strategies.

    THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

    1. Moving from customer life-time value to customer potential value—theory and applications
    2. Relationship pricing—a case study in score development and execution
    3. New technology and analytics for curated metrics

    TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

    1. Precise product development, pricing, and targeting for offers and promotions
    2. Lowering the cost of deposit balance acquisition
    3. Improved returns on cross-sell spending

    Andrew Frisbie

    Managing Director, Novantas

    Andrew is a Managing Director at Novantas, Inc., where he leads the Product and Pricing unit, drawing on 15 years’ experience in product and pricing strategy, LOB strategy, and balance sheet management. He has led numerous engagements for clients in the areas of deposit and loan price modeling, proposition development, and balance sheet forecasting. His clients include many of the world’s largest money center institutions and regional banks across the Americas, the UK, and Australia.

    Edward Niestat

    Managing Director, Novantas

    Edward Niestat is a Managing Director at Novantas where he leads the Customer Scoring and Analytics practice. Eddie brings 30 years' experience in financial services consulting focusing on retail and wholesale customer analytics including product strategy and pricing, risk analysis, and technology and implementation. His expertise has helped most of the top retail and commercial banks in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Asia, and Europe.

  • The Customer’s Voice: Leveraging Customer Complaints to Drive Effective and Compliant Business Practices

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/20/2016

    Customer complaints provide real-time data regarding the customer experience, the effectiveness of bank operations, and the adequacy of the established control environment. Yet utilizing this vast data set to identify operational breakdowns, compliance failures, or potential process improvements continues to be a challenge for many organizations.

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    PRESENTERS:

    Linda Gallagher, Managing Director & Global Head, Consumer Protection Practice, Promontory
    Matt Ondus, Director, Consumer Protection Practice, Promontory
    Eric Ferri, Senior Principal, Consumer Protection Practice, Promontory

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    Customer complaints provide real-time data regarding the customer experience, the effectiveness of bank operations, and the adequacy of the established control environment. Yet utilizing this vast data set to identify operational breakdowns, compliance failures, or potential process improvements continues to be a challenge for many organizations. From identification and intake, to root cause analysis and resolution, the processes for managing complaints are complex and the expectations from both internal and external stakeholders continue to increase.

    While complaint management programs vary across the industry, successful programs are rooted in strong foundational elements, from the established complaint definition, to supporting technologies and program ownership within the organizational structure. Join this webinar to gain insight into industry best practices and innovative solutions from one of the banking industry's leading consultancies.

    THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

    1. Best practices for managing the complaint lifecycle, from intake through resolution
    2. Regulatory expectations for complaint management
    3. Roles and responsibilities for complaint program execution across the organization
    4. Supporting technologies for complaint identification and analysis

    TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

    1. Gain insights from industry experts with a broad view into the complaint management programs at many of the nation's leading banks
    2. Learn about practical approaches to enhancing the complaint management program
    3. Better understand regulatory expectations for responding to complaints and utilizing complaints data to drive business change and enhance the compliance management system

    Linda Gallagher

    Managing Director and Global Head of the Consumer Protection Practice, Promontory Financial Group

    Linda leads Promontory’s global consumer protection practice and co-leads Promontory’s Conduct Risk Solution Center. She has three decades of consulting experience and expertise in all aspects of consumer-oriented regulation, compliance, and risk management.

    Linda advises bank and nonbank financial services firms on the strategic dimensions of consumer regulatory compliance. Her focus is on helping firms create sustainable and compliant business models and cultures of strong risk management and operational excellence. She is a trusted adviser to banks’ management teams, boards, and business-unit leaders on the design and implementation of compliance programs that meet evolving regulatory expectations. She also works with nonbank firms that offer consumer financial products and services, in many cases helping these firms prepare for new and unfamiliar regulation. Linda has extensive experience directing regulatory risk and readiness assessments, with an emphasis on consumer protection risks through the life cycle of financial products and services. She has led internal regulatory investigations, consent-order look-back reviews, and remediation efforts for firms ranging from community banks to global financial services companies. Linda also has experience evaluating banks’ sales practices, culture, and conduct, in light of developing regulatory and industry expectations for sales and compensation programs. In addition, she has led efforts at large financial institutions to design complaint-management programs and implement process improvements throughout the complaint-management life cycle.

    Before joining Promontory, Linda worked for 25 years at KPMG, where she managed the firm’s financial services regulatory practice and oversaw compliance and consumer protection services. Early in her career, she was a professional accounting fellow at the Federal Home Loan Bank Board in Washington, D.C. Linda has been honored by Consulting Magazine as a top-25 consultant and is a nationally recognized speaker on all aspects of consumer financial protection.

    Matt Ondus

    Director, Consumer Protection Practice, Promontory Financial Group

    Matthew assists clients with meeting the regulatory expectations of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, including managing unfair, deceptive and abusive acts and practices risk, and building out effective enterprise compliance risk management programs. He also advises clients on a broader range of consumer protection laws including Fair Lending, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Truth in Lending Act (including CARD Act issues), Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act, and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.

    Matthew brings 30 years of substantive financial regulatory experience from senior industry and regulatory levels. He served as a field manager with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and was the team lead for two of the nation’s largest banks. As a large bank team leader, Matthew was responsible for developing and implementing a risk-based compliance supervision program specific to each institution. Prior to joining the CFPB, Matthew spent 17 years as a Commissioned National Bank Examiner with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, where he specialized in compliance. Additionally, he served as a vice president and compliance officer at AmSouth Bank for five years and served as a senior loan review officer for Compass Bank for two years.

    Eric Ferri

    Director, Consumer Protection Practice, Promontory Financial Group

    Eric is a Director in Promontory’s Consumer Protection practice and a key member of Promontory’s Conduct Risk Solution Center. While at Promontory, Eric has provided advisory services with a focus on assessing and controlling consumer compliance and conduct risks, as well as designing and implementing compliance and conduct risk management programs. Prior to joining Promontory, Eric provided regulatory consulting services as part of the Regulatory Risk Advisory practice of a Big 4 accounting firm.  Prior to entering consulting, Eric served as an examiner at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, where he provided regulatory oversight to national banks throughout the southeastern U.S. In this role, Eric focused on assessments of compliance and credit risk and examinations of institutions managing formal regulatory enforcement actions.

  • Where are the Credit-Worthy Millennials?

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/18/2016

    Millennials have recently become the largest living generation in the U.S. This population of roughly 75 million 18-35 year olds are at a key point in their financial lives where they are accumulating wealth and developing lasting relationships with businesses. Amid countless data points and confusion over the appropriate strategies to address Millennials, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions leveraged both public and proprietary data conducting a study to uncover the most meaningful insights for businesses looking to serve this cohort.

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    PRESENTER:

    Solomon Semere - Director, Market Planning, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

    ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

    Millennials have recently become the largest living generation in the U.S. This population of roughly 75 million 18-35 year olds are at a key point in their financial lives where they are accumulating wealth and developing lasting relationships with businesses. Amid countless data points and confusion over the appropriate strategies to address Millennials, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions leveraged both public and proprietary data conducting a study to uncover the most meaningful insights for businesses looking to serve this cohort.

    THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

    1. Where do Millennials live?
    2. Are Millennials financially healthy?
    3. Do Millennials own homes?

    TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

    1. Insights on demographic and behavioral trends impacting millennials to help drive strategy around this growing consumer segment
    2. Access to proprietary information on the financial health of millennials, including new research on asset ownership, credit worthiness, residential stability, and earning potential
    3. Understanding of how alternative data and advanced analytics can provide a more clear understanding of the financial health of today's young adults and assist lenders in making better credit decisions

    Solomon Semere

    Director, Market Planning, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

    Solomon Semere's role focuses on developing and executing the go-to market strategy for the credit risk decisioning group, which includes the RiskView and Profile Booster products. Prior to joining LexisNexis, Solomon worked as a senior consultant with Deloitte Consulting and held various roles in the insurance industry.

    Solomon holds a MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, where he was an F.C Austin Scholar, and a BBA with a concentration in Finance from Emory University.