April 26, 2004


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  • These are the types of articles that bring me back to creditunions.com.
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  • We have started tracking loans per loan employee - only, we weight our monthly loan volume to include new, denials, pendings and modifications (based on the amount of time spent on each category). The challenge is taking action when the numbers are low.
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  • GOOD ARTICLE! WE NEED MORE RESEARCH ON THIS SUBJECT, MAYBE FILENE INSTITUTE COULD DO A STUDY.
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  • Very thought provoking.
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  • I'm sorry, I forgot to include my email address in the last response regarding interest income vs. non-interest income.
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  • Great thoughts! Need a clarification - is the ratio really "total $ from net interest margin and INTEREST INCOME per employee" or NON-interest (fee) income?
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  • Very Good Strategic and tactical value. We need more on this topic. Credit Unions may be approaching very challenging days ahead as competitive and demograpgic pressures continue to erode margins.
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  • Very timely and good advice. We are working with Profound Communications in Columbus (OH) to help us not only identify but to train and solve the same issues this article discusses. It's called their Staff Optimization program.
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  • Productivity data is what our credit union is struggling with right now. I have been trying to find peer data, but from the article, it appears there isn't any at this point. I'm sure Callahan's will be the first to inform us if the data becomes available.
    Anonymous