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By Old Republic Insured Credit Services, Inc.
Retaining your most important asset – your members – can become challenging when member needs change. Credit unions changing to a community base must be especially sensitive to these changes, although other credit unions are not exempt. An evolving marketplace demands a continuous review of products to ensure that member needs are being met.
Improve member retention through better lending practices:
Old Republic Insured Credit Services, Inc. (ORICS) can help put these ideas in motion to better meet your member lending needs. ORICS offers a variety of solutions for home equity and homeowner lending. ORICS has specialized in marketing credit indemnity loss protection* for over fifty years and has helped over 3,000 financial institutions increase loan volume. For more information, call 800.621.7873 or visit the ORICS website at www.oldrepublicics.com.
* Loss protection programs are underwritten by Old Republic Insurance Company
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