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Payment Protection: Member Value, Marketing Combine for Win-Win by Rich Trace, Director of Product Management, Credit Insurance Pam Schnagl, Market Research Analyst, Voice of Customer

Executive Summary CUNA Mutual Group’s Payment Protection Research examines the product value and its delivery. The research shows high value with benefits to credit unions and their members. Compared to 1998 research conducted by CUNA Mutual Group, the importance of Payment Protection in generating fee income has increased. Credit union research indicates cross-selling efforts can be improved. Members’ needs vary, and lending staff may be hesitant to promote given their level of understanding of these needs. Training reinforces product knowledge, and can be used

Compared to 1998 research conducted by CUNA Mutual Group, the importance of Payment Protection in generating fee income has increased.

to build confidence in addressing the member need. Credit union members are looking for this kind of information and advice from their credit union. A sales approach is not always seen as a member service by credit unions. However, in providing information about products

and services that meet needs, this is a service. Credit unions are seen as advocates for their members, and because of this relationship, members are even more likely to want information that will benefit them.

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differences are much larger for credit unions that are using incentives, setting sales goals and

opportunities related to cross-selling financial products and services. And in order

including cross-selling results in

to be effective, a culture built on providing products that benefit members and the

performance evaluations.

credit union over the long term requires support. Because these products meet a member need, credit unions will be able to serve as an advocate in delivering the product, reinforcing a market strength.

• In that 59 percent of credit union members look to their credit union for some type of help or advice

As research shows, emotional connection alone will not create success. Companies

regarding their financial situation,

need to have the delivery, sales and service in place to be effective. Therefore,

members are interested in

streamlining this delivery and eliminating the barriers prove to be important steps

information on financial products

in facilitating that process.

and services. • Once sold, 83 percent of credit unions say members will repurchase. Given this percentage, a cross-sell investment is well worth it because it provides the basis for long-term results.

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