Chase 3Q/15

Chase, the nation’s largest bank credit card issuer, continues to struggle with real growth as third quarter (Q3/15) outstandings inched upward by a mere 2% year-on-year (YOY) and purchase dollar volume (PDV) posted a weak growth rate of 6.%. Furthermore, Chase is consistently signing up 2.1 million accounts per quarter, while losing 3.0 million accounts YOY.

Fiserv Lending

Fiserv made available its “LoanLaunch” enterprise loan originations on a single platform. Giving lenders a holistic view of borrowers across all channels and products, “LoanLaunch” gives greater transparency across departments, customers and business processes. As the new name suggests, the solution allows lenders to respond to continually changing business needs and easily “launch” new opportunities within the organization to address increasingly diverse borrower segmentation. The latest solution empowers the lender through its optimized control over virtually all retail and business origination operations.

Fiserv LoanLaunch

Fiserv made available its “LoanLaunch” enterprise loan originations on a single platform. Giving lenders a holistic view of borrowers across all channels and products, “LoanLaunch” gives greater transparency across departments, customers and business processes. As the new name suggests, the solution allows lenders to respond to continually changing business needs and easily “launch” new opportunities within the organization to address increasingly diverse borrower segmentation. The latest solution empowers the lender through its optimized control over virtually all retail and business origination operations.