Millennials are ripe for switching over to a credit union from their big bank, according to a new study.
The LEVERAGE app store features white-label fintech apps such as Mint, Money Stream, FutureAdvisor, Level Money, Acorns, Wallaby, Wally+ and Vera.
The Southeastern league subsidiary and Linqto aim to help credit unions reel in millennials with unbundled apps.
Eighty-seven percent of security IT execs believe everything is being done to keep apps secure, but only 57% of app users agree.
Utilizing mobile banking apps to simply check balances and pay bills is a thing of the past.
Experts explain how the mobile channel allows credit unions to drive engagement and build business.
A new Arxan mobile security report finds Android apps are less vulnerable than iOS apps.
Making message tweaks, promoting apps and offering education are a few ways credit unions can appeal to millennials in 2016.
From 2014 to 2015, there was a 25% growth rate of financial institutions with consumer mobile banking apps.
The latest malware is designed to mimic popular social media apps, FireEye reports.