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In this webinar, Callahan & Associates and Westerra CEO Jennifer Meyers discuss how the credit union uses its own performance data, national and regional economic reports, and internally drawn qualitative assessments to monitor its loan loss allowance.
Firefighters Credit Union expects to make $250,000 in net income in 2015 from its in-house insurance agency. Learn how the Los Angeles credit union expects to push this revenue stream to $1 million per year in the near future.
Jay Johnson, executive vice president of Callahan & Associates, offers insider tips on how to create a more engaging, effective strategic planning session.
Learn how Altra Credit Union's Go Mobile team has helped the institution lower its average member age to 39, nearly a decade younger than industry average.
Learn how credit unions performed in second quarter 2015 and find new opportunities in today's economic environment.
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Accurately measuring a credit union’s performance is the foundation to making successful strategic decisions. But what’s the best way to measure performance? By using similar financial institutions to create meaningful benchmarks.
Scott Patterson, Credit Union Student Choice CEO, shares best practices for connecting with the desirable young adult market.
Lynda Savoit, senior vice president and chief operating officer of Orange County's Credit Union, and Azul Sanchez, branch manager at its Long Beach location, discuss the credit union's decision to start mapping member experience and how it has allowed the credit union to identify pain points and fix recurring issues.
An overview on how to make the most out of your Callahan Leadership or Membership subscription.
A look at why Lending Club is disrupting so much loan volume and what credit unions can learn.
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