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Callahan & Associates surveyed 170 credit union executives to gain insight into their current and emerging sources of non-interest income.
The upstate New York cooperative mixes mobile offerings with online and in-person social relations to drive member, share, and loan growth.
By Marc Rapport
Second quarter data shows industry real estate loan growth is strong, but lenders should take portfolio quality and state-level trends into consideration.
Growth percentiles in major lending categories highlight opportunity and success in the credit union loan portfolio.
New car balances take up more of the portfolio, but big credit unions find big business in indirect lending.
Redstone Federal Credit Union combines risk and reward in its counseling-lending program, and casts a wary eye at proposed CFPB changes in short-term loan regs.
Loans surpassed $800 billon in the first three months of the year. Here’s how to make sure the industry's growing portfolio stays strong.
The world is nervously awaiting Janet Yellen’s speech tomorrow, but the over-hyped event will not live up to expectations.
In episode No. 625, Callahan vice president Chris Howard and Mike Lawson discuss what credit unions can gain from a team-focused approach to development.
Second quarter performance data tells a positive story: member growth has never been stronger, the loan faucet is still flowing, and credit unions are well-positioned from an interest rate risk perspective.
This week, CreditUnions.com showcases case studies from both large and small credit unions with excellent loan growth metrics, as well as looks at some larger lending trends.
The Los Angeles-based credit union sees a bright future for its “non-punitive” insurance option.
Northwest Community Credit Union uses a collaborative approach to staff reviews rather than traditional performance evaluations.
Listerhill Credit Union relies on regular conversation instead of yearly check-ins.
SECU's board chair says self-examination across the enterprise, including the board, led to the ideal candidate to be the new CEO. And outside help helped.
The first quarter issue of Credit Union Strategy & Performance is now available online. No need to wait for the print edition to find your next best practice.
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For nearly a decade, Callahan's Credit Union Strategy & Performance has provided a 360-degree view of the modern credit union marketplace, highlighted best practices, and detailed lessons learned from other industries. Now, Callahan clients can download any issue. Never misplace a next practice again.
From cybersecurity and leadership development to financial wellness and relevancy, there are plenty of ideas to inspire the credit union industry in 2016.
See 6 Big Ideas
The collaborative model is the best, and perhaps only, way credit unions can compete in the ever-evolving, increasingly competitive world of financial services. Credit Union Service Organizations (CUSOs) are the epitome of cooperative strategy in action. They help credit unions bear the burden of operational costs, find new revenue streams, diversify earnings, and innovate with like-minded institutions across the country. This Callahan Collection looks at both cutting-edge as well as tried-and-true ways CUSOs are supporting the cooperative movement.
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Callahan's LTD program combines Harvard Business School learning with collaborative, hands-on problem solving.
Callahan & Associates and Debora Almirall discuss how the Duluth-based credit union meets members' needs — don't call it selling — via mobile banking, remote deposit checking, personal and business loans, shared branching, and more.
In this session, credit card expert Tim Kolk explores how to segment a credit union's member base and ensure card products are designed to appeal to individual segments.
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