Liquidity: The Solutions are There

With the economy booming, the majority of your members have been spending and borrowing rather than saving. When you’re not taking in much in new deposits and your existing members are making share withdrawals and asking for loans to buy new homes and automobiles, you need to look elsewhere for new sources of liquidity. Recently, credit unions have begun using the sale of loan participations to generate additional liquidity. A few corporates have developed loan participation programs.

 
 
 

 

 

Jan. 1, 2001


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