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Callahan data shows there is a growing reliance on NII in keeping credit unions surviving and thriving.
Low-income credit unions from 41 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands received grant awards last year. How much did they receive? And where did the money go?
Targeted promotions generate enough volume to make up for the smaller margin on home equity lines at SECU of Maryland.
March 6, 2017
Credit Union of Southern California moved to a centralized lending environment in summer 2016. Here’s how the credit union built its team and adjusted policies.
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March 2, 2017
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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