Dec. 19, 2005


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  • As a rule, credit unions are not in busines to 'maximize' margins, otherwise they would price much differently than they do. It would be more appropriate to describe the challenge of managing CU finances as one of optimizing margins throughout different economic conditions.
    Anonymous
     
     
     
  • Many credit unions would be better off accepting lower margins and growing market share. Growth and perhaps lower ROA targets would reduce the excess capital many credit unions have built up over the years.
    Anonymous
     
     
     
  • Credit Unions need to change with the times. There is room to increase margins while still giving Members a good deal on rates. A strong net worth allows CU's the ability to offer the best products to Members.
    Anonymous
     
     
     
  • As the activities of credit unions expand with the economic of it;s environment, the union needs to adopt to changes also. credit unions need qualified internal auditors to identify fraud and help come up with qualified financial statement
    Nkongho
     
     
     
  • As the activities of credit unions expand with the economic of it;s environment, the union needs to adopt to changes also. credit unions need qualified internal auditors to identify fraud and help come up with qualified financial statement
    Nkongho
     
     
     
  • As the activities of credit unions expand with the economic of it;s environment, the union needs to adopt to changes also. credit unions need qualified internal auditors to identify fraud and help come up with qualified financial statement
    Nkongho
     
     
     
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