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iMoneyNet - Money Market Fund Analysis

The leading provider of money market mutual fund and enhanced cash data serving clients worldwide.

  • Data you can trust
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  • Report generation

iMoneyNet - Money Market Fund Analysis

The leading provider of money market mutual fund and enhanced cash data serving clients worldwide.

  • Data you can trust
  • Timely delivery
  • Report generation

iMoneyNet - Money Market Fund Analysis

The leading provider of money market mutual fund and enhanced cash data serving clients worldwide.

  • Data you can trust
  • Timely delivery
  • Report generation

Digital Banking Hub

Credit Cards: 8 Onboarding Features you can Adopt, with Examples from Leading Providers

By Gina DeCorla 17 Aug 2020

Credit Cards: 8 Onboarding Features you can Adopt, with Examples from Leading Providers

THE IMPORTANCE OF A GREAT DIGITAL ONBOARDING JOURNEY There are many factors that a consumer will consider when shopping for a new credit card, including credit score requirements, rewards, account benefits and many more, making it crucial to digitally: - Help consumers find the right product for them - Immediately highlight your product & brand’s USPs - Make the onboarding journey as frictionless as possible I’ve listed my 8 onboarding highlights pulled directly from our latest onboarding report, part of our Credit Cards Digital Tracker, which recorded and audited the complete onboarding processes of the following brands: American Express, Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, Citicards, Discover, Goldman Sachs, Navy Federal Credit Union, and U.S. Bank.

Topic Digital Banking Industry News

Digital Banking Hub, Digital Banking Research

Ensuring Travel Card Reward Schemes remain relevant during the pandemic

By Gina DeCorla 16 Feb 2021

American Express Gold Card

Ensuring Travel Card Reward Schemes remain relevant during the pandemic How do Travel Card Reward Schemes remain relevant when travel is not only restricted, but completely banned in some areas of the world? In reviewing the digital developments of 25 U.S. providers, our Senior Analyst, Gina DeCorla, has pulled together this blog that examines just that, through: - Changing points systems to favor “lockdown leisure” activities vs. travel - Temporary reward schemes for grocer, gas, and other spending - The offer of lifetime travel points to be redeemed once travel resumes In this 4-minute blog, Gina shows real examples of how these updates have been implemented by providers including American Express, Chase, Wells Fargo.

Topic Industry News Digital Banking

Digital Banking Research

Credit Cards: 8 Best Mobile App Features

By Gina DeCorla 17 May 2021

5American Express Transaction Map

Credit Cards: 8 Best Mobile App Features In reviewing the digital developments of 25 U.S. providers, our Senior Analyst, Gina DeCorla, has pulled together this blog that examines best-in-class mobile features covering payment plans and payment management, Unique reward offerings, transaction capabilities and more...

Topic Industry News Digital Banking

Digital Banking Hub

Onboarding wars: Retail banks aim to refine account opening processes

By Michael McCaw 09 Aug 2021

Onboarding

Banks looking to strengthen process of digital account opening with best practice assessment The number of clicks required to open a bank account in the U.S. using only digital means is as low as 24, but rises significantly from there. And each push of a button becomes increasingly important as account applicants place more value on apps that provide better user experience. The importance of sophisticated digital account onboarding grew during the pandemic and shows no indication of going away. With branches closed or imposing restricted hours, customers opened more accounts online and became more comfortable conducting many of their basic banking activities that way. And although many of these restrictions have eased, it so far appears that transactions are not coming back to pre-pandemic levels...

Topic Industry News Digital Banking

EPFR - fund flow & allocations data

Waiting to read the writing on the wall

By Cameron Brandt 30 Apr 2021

Global Navigator

Markets moved sideways – albeit at elevated levels -- and money piled up in US liquidity funds for much of the week ending April 28 as investors waited on a slew of key earnings reports, the conclusion of the US Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting and US President Joe Biden’s address to both Houses of Congress. Some compelling earnings reports from technology bellwethers drove US indexes to new record highs as the latest reporting period wound down. While largely marking time, investors did stick to their recent game plan of buying exposure to global and US growth, taking out insurance against higher inflation, greening their portfolios and keeping cash on hand. US Equity Funds posted their 11th inflow in the past 12 weeks, Global Equity Funds extended their longest inflow streak since 2017, combined year-to-date flows into Equity and Bond Funds with socially responsible (SRI) or environmental, social and governance (ESG) mandates moved north of the $150 billion mark and Inflation Protected Bond Funds chalked up their 23rd consecutive inflow. Overall, EPFR-tracked Equity Funds absorbed a net $10.5 billion during the fourth week of April – with Dividend Equity Funds extending their longest run of inflows since 4Q19 -- while Balanced Funds took in $685 million, Alternative Funds $1.3 billion and Bond Funds $13.7 billion. Money Market Funds, despite the biggest weekly outflow from Japan Money Market Funds since late 4Q18, pulled in $57.3 billion as they chalked up their eighth collective inflow in the last 10 weeks

Topic Industry News ESG

EPFR - fund flow & allocations data

Investors want to go away from inflation in May

By Cameron Brandt 21 May 2021

Global Navigator

With the financial headlines dominated by the latest US inflation data, volatile cryptocurrency markets and ‘taper tantrum’ retrospectives, investors spent the third week of May revisiting their earlier assumptions about the best allocations strategy to see them through the summer months and beyond. The fear that US headline inflation at a 13-year high in April is a warning that the US Federal Reserve’s “transitory” narrative should be treated with caution chased over $1 billion out of Technology Sector Funds and over $2 billion from High Yield Bond Funds. Meanwhile, flows into Silver, Gold and Inflation Protected Bond Funds hit 15, 19 and 24-week highs respectively while Bank Loan Funds added to their longest inflow streak since 1H17. Investors continued to position themselves for reflation in Europe and a greener future, although Equity Funds with socially responsible (SRI) or environmental, social and governance (ESG) mandates recorded their smallest weekly inflow since early November. Overall, the week ending May 19 saw investors steer a net $91 million into Alternative Funds, $2.4 billion into Balanced Funds, $3.6 billion into Money Market Funds, $6.8 billion into Bond Funds and $12.6 billion into Equity Funds.

Topic Industry News