Data shows how some credit unions are able to obtain a better investment return than others.
By Andrew Bolton
Shrinking investments still remain a significant portion of the industry’s total assets.
By Kevin Heal
First Tech’s CIO manages more than the institution’s hefty investment portfolio.
By Drew Grossman
How Langley FCU re-arranged its investments to accommodate 34% loan growth.
By Erik Payne
A Q&A with Patelco Credit Union.
By Sharon Simpson
An at-a-glance look at what’s happening in the investment portfolio of credit unions.
The Creditunions.com team descended on CUNA's GAC this week, taking notes at lectures and breakout sessions for those of you who couldn't attend. Here are a few highlights from five days in credit union wonderland.
If you're in Washington, DC, for GAC this week, skip that boxed lunch in favor of the tasty cuisine available at one these Callahan-staff-approved Chinatown restaurants — all just a short walk from the convention center.
The time has come to help young adults saddled with onerous private student loan debt.
March 3, 2014
Membership might be singing your praises, but without a supporting vision to funnel this activity, it’s little more than hot air.
February 10, 2014
Six best practices and a credit union case study offer guidance on how to make a complicated transition run smoothly.
Credit union investment officers have been purchasing callable agencies and mortgage-backed securities as part of their core investment portfolio for years.
This hearing allows McWatters to present his thoughts on the NCUA board’s role and for senators to learn about his views on the regulation of financial cooperatives.
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