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Five can't-miss data points featured this week on CreditUnions.com.
Share balances in third quarter increased at the fastest rate since fourth quarter 2009, but the loan-to-share ratio still grew.
The Idaho credit union uses marketing, deposit, lending, and ALM strategies to increase member value.
One Maryland credit union arms decision-makers with comprehensive data and encourages leaders to think beyond the face value of third-party reports.
If credit unions continue on their current path, will they be able to fund future loans solely through share growth?
Considerations to help any credit union assess its ALM policies, procedures, and management practices.
In today’s changing and often-uncertain economic environment, balance sheet management is top-of-mind with credit union executives.
Loan growth drives down balances while industry assets overall remain steady.
Credit card programs are obviously different from all other loan products: they provide open and available credit lines for many years, to be drawn at the cardholder’s discretion, while being completely unsecured.
More plausible interest rate scenarios would better serve the industry in planning for rising rates.
The benefits are endless!