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Capital One’s Ellen Marshall: I Give the Same Advice to Women and Men

A career in banking wasn’t always the plan for Madison, New Jersey native Ellen Marshall. After graduating from Madison High School, Marshall went on to attend Lehigh University to study engineering before quickly realizing her true passion was in finance.

FOCUS VIDEO: Financial Literacy & Technology’s Role in Inclusion

For many years, financial literacy has been a topic of interest to both the public and the private sector. Financial literacy is the type of issue that does not discriminate. It does not care if you are a man or a woman, young or old. It affects all races and socioeconomic levels. Having some basic […]

BLOG: FSR Members Demonstrate Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility

For many years, financial literacy has been a topic of interest to both the public and the private sector. Financial literacy is the type of issue that does not discriminate. It does not care if you are a man or a woman, young or old. It affects all races and socioeconomic levels. Having some basic financial knowledge can help you make the best...

Guest Blog: Technology and Consumers’ Financial Health

We’ve all heard the stats:  47 percent of households can’t come up with $400 in a pinch; 57% of households lack financial health; for 5 months out of the year, a family’s income is 25 percent more or less than their annual average – income volatility is the norm for them. So how does technology […]

World Elder Abuse Awareness Discussion: Protecting the Finances of the Elderly

  This week, FSR was joined by representatives from Allianz, Ameriprise, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for a panel discussion to raise awareness on keeping seniors safe from financial fraud. Financial scams targeting seniors have become so prevalent that the National Council on Aging reports that it is “the crime of the...