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PARTNER PERSPECTIVE Credit Unions Fund More Loans, Still Hold $350 Billion In Investments

Loan growth drives down balances while industry assets overall remain steady.

By Trust for Credit Unions Mutual Funds

Trust for Credit Unions Mutual Funds

Feb. 1, 2016

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FEATURE U.S. Central’s $2.3 Billion Unused OTTI Loss Reserves Raise Important Questions About NCUA’s Regulatory Process

The June 30, 2013, update of the U.S. Central Federal Credit Union securities shows that of the total $3.5 billion other-than-temporary-impairment (OTTI) future loss estimates, more than $2.3 billion is still unused.

By Chip Filson

July 17, 2013

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PARTNER PERSPECTIVE Will Bernanke Keep His Promise?

These six signs could indicate an earlier-than-expected increase in interest rates.

By Trust for Credit Unions Mutual Funds

Trust for Credit Unions Mutual Funds

May 28, 2012

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VIDEO 5 Strategic Issues to Discuss with Your Team

Jay Johnson outlines five key operational and strategic topics that credit unions across the country are debating in their Board rooms.

By Alix Patterson

June 21, 2011

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BLOG Never Say Quit

Grassroots connectivity gives credit unions a more nimble response to changing consumer preferences.

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By Alix Patterson

March 14, 2011

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BLOG The Business Breakdown

Callahan's weekly look at the economic headlines that highlight credit union challenges and opportunities.

By Thomas Cullen

Feb. 24, 2011

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FEATURE Credit Union Borrowings Decline As Share Growth Remains High

Credit unions increased short-term borrowings at the beginning of 2009 but reduced their liabilities amid a flood of deposits.

By Sam Brownell

April 26, 2010

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FEATURE Knowledge and Faith in Funding Strategies  Exclusive Content

Now is the time to think about funding balance sheets during recovery.

By Callahan & Associates

Jan. 1, 2010

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FEATURE When Members Need It Most, Credit Unions Deliver Countercyclical Performance Exclusive Content

With a design that withstands serious economic stress, credit unions saw posted near-record loan growth while other institutions are scaling back.

By Callahan & Associates

April 1, 2009

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FEATURE Managing Interest Rate Risk in a Rising Rate Environment: Long Term Borrowing or Interest Rate Derivatives?  Exclusive Content

Many credit unions are not looking at loan protfolios heavily populated with fixed-rate loans originated during a (fairly lengthy) period of historically low-term interest rates.

By Callahan & Associates

Oct. 1, 2008

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FEATURE Nurturing Small Businesses: Responsibly Growing a Business Lending Program

By revamping an existing business lending program, Randolph-Brooks drove dramatic growth without compromising their strong member service.

By Dane Coalson

Sept. 15, 2008

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FEATURE Good Loans for Students = Good Business for Members 1st FCU

Members 1st FCU finds early success with recent launch of private student lending solution.

By Mike Weber

Sept. 1, 2008

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FEATURE Preliminary First Quarter Data Indicates Borrowings Rise Significantly

As loan demand remains solid, credit unions are actively managing their liquidity. Borrowings are on the rise, up 74.1% over the past 12 months among credit unions participating in Callahan & Associates’ First Look program.

By Lydia Cole

May 19, 2008

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FEATURE CUs Continue to Provide Credit to Members

The Fed’s just-released March Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey reported banks are continuing to tighten mortgage lending standards. Meanwhile, credit unions are reporting double-digit increases in mortgage volume.

By Mike Werstuik

May 12, 2008

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FEATURE Credit Union Borrowing Totals Rise, Despite Fewer CUs Borrowing

Total credit union borrowing rose in 2007, even as fewer credit unions reported outstanding balances. As credit unions continue to see increased loan demand, total borrowing may continue to rise.

By Nick Connors

April 7, 2008

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FEATURE How Will the Rate Cuts Impact Credit Unions?

After holding the Federal Funds rate at 5.25 percent for more than a year, the Federal Reserve has now lowered the target rate by one percent in less than two months. Will the reduction in rates be a positive for credit unions?

By Jay Johnson

Dec. 17, 2007

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FEATURE Credit Union Balance Sheets are Positioned to Respond to Mortgage Needs

Credit Unions have a unique position as a balance sheet lender, this fact presents an opportunity to help members as the mortgage market struggles.

By Nick Connors

Sept. 17, 2007

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FEATURE Corporates Prosper as the Environment Changes

Corporate credit unions aren’t just riding out the shift in liquidity—they’ve grown market share in both investments and borrowing.

By Nick Connors

June 19, 2006

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FEATURE Credit Union Borrowings Near Record Levels

Borrowing gives CFOs a flexible tool to manage short-term liquidity and longer-term interest rate risk.

By Mike Philbin

June 13, 2005

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FEATURE Credit Unions Increase Borrowings in First Quarter

For the first quarter 2005, the increase in outstanding borrowings is creating a little buzz

By Mike Philbin

June 11, 2005

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FEATURE First Look Data Reveals Shift to Short-Term Borrowings in 3rd Quarter

For the 831 credit unions now participating in First Look, loan growth remains strong while share growth has been minimal. Find out how these credit unions are adjusting to these circumstances.

By Joe James

Nov. 22, 2004

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FEATURE Credit Unions take Advantage of Low Rates and Increase Borrowings in First Quarter

Credit unions increased their borrowings this quarter by 2% to $11.7 billion. With interest rates projected to rise and real estate loans increasing by 3.03% this quarter, many credit unions took advantage of the low borrowing rates to hedge their mortgage loans. The average rate paid on borrowings was 3.78% in the first quarter compared to 4.07% at year end 2003.The number of credit unions reporting borrowings increased as well to 529 credit unions, which represent about 5.6% of the industry.

By Joe James

June 7, 2004

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FEATURE Maintaining Liquidity through a Changing Interest Rate Environment

When interest rates are low or falling, as they have been since June of 2000, credit unions often see an influx of loans and shares. For that reason, credit unions must apply prudent allocation techniques so that if interest rates rise, they won't be locked into low liquidity or small returns.

By Joe James

Oct. 6, 2003

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