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Special Discount Offered to ABA Members for
PFM Solution from Geezeo
GEEZEO, A PROVIDER OF WHITE-LABEL PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
(PFM) SERVICES for financial institutions, is making a special offer to ABA member banks.
From now through Aug. 31, ABA member
banks can receive a PFM platform at 20
percent off the one-time implementation
fee and the first three months of service at
no charge (with a signed agreement of 48
months or more). Banks purchasing both
the consumer as well as the business financial
management platforms receive an additional 10 percent off the one-time implementation fee—for
a total of 30 percent off the one-time implementation fee.
Geezeo notes that PFM has moved beyond budgeting to become a tool for driving revenue
growth through the digital banking channel. PFM that is integrated with the financial institution’s
online banking platform offers the potential for providing robust and relevant customer insight,
particularly when strong analytical marketing tools are incorporated to enhance meaningful
customer engagement, Geezeo says.
ABA-endorsed PFM by Geezeo is integrated with the financial institution’s online banking
platform, giving customers a holistic view of financial assets, and offering banks a set of analytical
tools that enable them to utilize data to improve decision-making, track critical information and
craft relevant offers, according to the company.
For more information, contact ABA’s Kimberly Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or
farm and ranch loans. Small and micro loans made up almost half of bank agricultural lending in
2014. A small farm loan is a loan with an original value of $500,000 or less and a micro farm loan is
a loan with an original value of $100,000 or less.
Farm banks continued to build high quality capital over the year. Equity capital at farm banks
increased 4. 8 percent to $46.2 billion in 2014, while Tier 1 capital increased by $3.3 billion to $38.8
In addition, more than 97 percent of farm banks were profitable in 2014, with 65 percent reporting an increase in earnings.
ABA’s Farm Bank Performance Report can be viewed at : http://www.aba.com/Press/