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This is the first in a series of articles on the companies behind online banking. This article features Kasasa, formerly called Kasasa by BancVue. CMO Keith Brannan, shared information about the company and its role in the Financial technology (FinTech) world.
Kasasa Makes Its Mark With Rewards-Based Checking and Savings Accounts
Q: Can you provide a little background on Kasasa’s beginnings?
A: Kasasa was founded in 2004 as a single product company, providing community banks and credit unions with rewards checking accounts.
Today, Kasasa is the sixth largest branch banking network in the...Continue Reading
This is the second of a two-part series on Same-Day ACH. The first article looked at how the rules will change, and this article will look more specifically at how the new rules will impact banks.
Without question, the move from 1-3 day ACH to Same-day ACH will bring gain and some pains. Customers will love getting access to their money quickly, but banks will feel the effect of having to revamp systems. Financial institutions will have hoops to jump through to be compliant.
However, according to a recent survey...Continue Reading
This is the first of a two-part series on Same-Day ACH. The first article looks at how the rules will change, and the next article will look more specifically at how the new rules will impact banks.
What a difference a day makes, especially if you’re talking about the movement of money. According to the Eighth Annual Billing Household Survey from Fiserv, more than 80% of people polled say real-time or same-day processing is important when paying bills.
Starting in September money will indeed move faster when Same-day ACH becomes a...Continue Reading
The story goes something like this. A man’s father finds a COD slip from April of 1995 that one of his grandparents opened as custodian for him as a minor. The COD states the maturity date was October of 1998, and notes the renewal policy as “automatically renewable: new rate will be determined on maturity date.”
When he went into the bank to see what the status of the CD was, they said they had no record of it. They destroy their records after seven years. The bank told...Continue Reading
First National Bank of Omaha is days away from becoming the first bank to offer an ABLE plan nationwide. It’s big news for the estimated six million individuals and families who stand to benefit. ABLE accounts allow families to set aside money that can be used tax-free for a disabled person’s expenses without losing government benefits.
To understand the importance of this, read this overview of ABLE accounts.
After more than a year of planning, First National Bank of Omaha is ready to sign up its first account owners. Deborah Goodkin,...Continue Reading