Partnering with financial technology companies can offer strategic advantages to credit unions.
Sponsored by Fiserv
Whether it’s filling gaps in available financial services or accessing convenient mobile options, your members are increasingly turning to fintechs to round out their financial experiences. But are fintechs the competition, or is there a way to work with them? In this excerpted panel discussion, you’ll hear from three fintech innovators about the strategic advantages credit unions can gain by partnering with fintechs.
In the video below, join Chad Davison, director of client solutions consulting at CUES Supplier member Fiserv, as he talks with Tanya Van Court, founder/CEO of Goalsetter, an app that provides financial education to children and families; Laurel Taylor, founder/CEO of Candidly, a student debt and financial wellness platform; and Patrick Sells, chief innovation officer of NYDIG, a gateway that delivers Bitcoin products across industries.
Download a transcript of the audio.