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The fourth quarter of 2016 represented quite an achievement for Mansfield-based Texas Trust Credit Union. That was the quarter the institution crossed $1 billion in assets.
For the past 60 months, the credit union’s No. 1 strategic goal has been to hit 100,000 members, and reaching $1 billion in assets has put an exclamation point on five years of impressive growth for the community-based credit union.
“For us to reach $1 billion, we had to work hard on two things,” says CEO Jim Minge. “The first was increasing our convenience. The second was increasing our technological capability.”
To that end, the credit union has increased its branching footprint from nine to 17, introduced a new mobile app, overhauled its online banking, and partnered with a new bill pay provider. And it's done all this with razor-sharp focus.
Join Callahan & Associates and Minge for a discussion on how Texas Trust determined its goals, laid out its plan, and worked its 5-year strategy.
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