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Merging the corporate credit union fund with the share insurance fund is an idea worth considering.
Credit unions are on track to hit $2.3 billion in participations sold in fourth quarter 2016.
Credit unions added more than 10,000 employees nationwide over the course of 2016.
Credit unions nationally posted a 1.4 percentage point annual increase in year-to-date auto loan origination market share.
Lending, savings, community support, and more. Credit unions had a busy year.
Which states rank top in the nation for credit union auto loan originations?
One Maryland credit union arms decision-makers with comprehensive data and encourages leaders to think beyond the face value of third-party reports.
February 6, 2017
Cornhusker credit union Trius FCU offers ways to reach good borrowers in hard times while still mitigating risk.
January 30, 2017
The Idaho credit union uses marketing, deposit, lending, and ALM strategies to increase member value.
In this webinar, Kevin Kesecker, chief lending officer of SECU of Maryland, discusses loan participations and how to structure a deal that is attractive to both buyers and sellers.
Designing and properly controlling a credit card program is only worth it if this leads to developing an action oriented and high ROI marketing plan for the business.
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.
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