How to become your members primary financial institution

first_img 19SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Deciding where to do your banking is not as simple as it once was. There are thousands of financial institutions available at your fingertips in our well-connected digital world. While brick and mortar are still important, branch and ATM access is only part of the overall equation. Credit unions are asking themselves not only how do we capture and hold onto our members, but also how can we nurture that relationship so that loyalty grows?  How can we become our members’ primary financial institution?Where To Start?A good place to start would be to have a better understanding of what your members’ (and potential members’) needs and expectations might be. According to recent research by Visa, over the course of the next few years, Millennials will come to represent the largest workforce segment of our population. An incredible 75% by the year 2025! They already outnumber Baby Boomers and are fast becoming an influential part of our economy. Understanding Millennial banking needs and habits is a critical part of keeping your credit union relevant. Providing up-to-date, digital banking via convenient electronic channels should be a priority. Member services that support them best will build satisfaction, loyalty, and potentially invoke balance transfers and account migration. continue reading »last_img read more

Uganda puts 13 past hapless Djibouti in CECAFA opener

first_img Tags: Amina NababiCECAFA Women’s Championships 2019Created Cranesfaridah bulegaFauziah NajjembaJuliet Nalukenge The Crested Cranes team that started against Djibouti on Sunday. (PHOTO/Courtesy)CECAFA Women’s Championships 2019Uganda 13-0 DjiboutiChamazi Stadium, Der es Salaam Sunday, 17-11-2019The Uganda national women’s national football team-Crested Cranes, got their CECAFA Women Challenge cup of to a staggering start as they walloped Djibouti 13-0 on Sunday.Faridah Bulega’s side came into the tournament as onw of the favourites and did not disappoint in their opening fixture.Juliet Nalukenge who was top scorer in the COSAFA U17 Cup a few months ago, scored five of the 13.Hasifah Nassuna and Fazilah Ikwaput were also immense on thw day as they each netted a hat trick.The other two goals were scored by Fauziah Najjemba and Amina Nababi.Nalukenge opened thw scoring inside two minutes and by half time, Bulega’s side led 7-0.The other five goals all came in the second period.Speaking after the game, Bulega said that her team will look to score more goals having missed out on last year’s championship because of goals.“We failed to win last year’s trophy because we didn’t score enough goals and that is something we do not want to happen again, said Bulega.“I want to continue to improve on that because this game would have ended 25-0 but we failed to convert goal chances.”In the other group B game, Kenya defeated Ethiopia 2-0 to climb into second on the log.Up next for the Cranes is a contest against Ethiopia on Tuesday, the same day Kenya takes on Djibouti.Comments last_img read more