As the financial landscape continues to shift, First National Bank and Trust recognized the need to protect their account holders from the inconvenience of overdrafts. They also wanted to increase value for their shareholders, team members and communities by offering sound advice, as well as innovative and competitive financial products. The overdraft opt-in solution could help the bank meet these goals with an enhanced level of protection for account holders, while generating revenue for the bank.download pdf
By pairing data from the recently published BAI Retail Banking Outlook survey, and Harland Clarke’s personal data from years servicing the financial industry, we’ve compiled the following 5 trends to be aware of in 2017. Is your financial institution (and contact center) sufficiently prepared? Read on.
Maybe you’ve heard the news that Amazon® is considering offering a checking account with a monthly fee of $5 to $10. No big deal, right? They’ll even throw in cell phone protection, ID theft protection, roadside assistance, and more. Got your attention? It should. It certainly has the attention of your account holders.
Ten years after President Lincoln signed the National Bank Act, Robert Clarke and Samuel Maverick formed the Maverick-Clarke Lithograph Company in San Antonio. They eventually expanded to sell office supplies and stationery in retail locations. Fifty-four years later, in 1928, John Harland, an Irish immigrant, founded the John H. Harland Company, a general printer and office supplier in Atlanta.