Forging lasting relationships with millennials

November 5, 2015 by Carrie Janot

Building lasting relationships with millennials

Winning the loyalty of millennials continues to be a key area of opportunity for financial institutions. The term millennials has been synonymous with “youth,” but they currently range in age from 18 to 34, meaning a significant number are entering their peak earning years and need long-term banking services to support them through their lives.

Developing relationships with millennials won’t happen with tried-and-true efforts from a decade ago. Financial institutions need to keep up with this modern demographic by focusing on these key areas:

  • Maintain a long-term vision
  • Keep up with technological expectations
  • Market with authenticity
  • Provide education for financial literacy
  • Connect to something bigger

With the right strategies and investment, financial institutions can become trusted partners to millennials and open the door to profitable, rewarding relationships.

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