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At third quarter 2017, share growth was nearly 2 percentage points slower than last year's rate.
By Aman Johal
How a small San Diego credit union uncovered a novel way to catch the attention of non-members.
By Erik Payne
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HSAs give members a way to save for medical expenses and credit unions the potential to increase share growth.
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Credit unions make auto loans despite a slowdown in auto industry performance.
MBL originations grow 10 percentage points faster than last year.
Charlotte Metro Credit Union manages risk while growing business deposits and loans faster than credit union averages.
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