By Auto Financial Group | June 27, 2022

Four reasons vehicle affordability is at an all-time low and how residual-based financing can offer a solution with lower monthly payments

By Aaron Passman | June 27, 2022

Think there’s no room for creativity in banking? Think again. These stories from the last month reveal a host of new ways credit unions are finding to serve members and make a difference in their communities.

By Toby Hayes | June 27, 2022

The Illinois-based credit union retrofitted a former Sam’s Club store in order to house its growing workforce, adding with a variety of unique features intended to make going to the office feel a little less like going to work.

 

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By Katy Slater | June 27, 2022

A mentoring experience offered one participant the chance to better understand biases, stand in another person’s shoes, and put DEI principles into action.

By Aaron Passman | June 27, 2022

First mortgage originations at credit unions have risen substantially in the last decade, a period in which median home values have nearly doubled.

By Marit Hoyem | June 27, 2022

The industry can fill a void on the social app, where posts intended as financial education are frequently just vehicles for content creators to promote their personal brands.

By Sharon Simpson | June 20, 2022

A six-week, 1-to-1 mentoring program connects white women in senior leadership positions with up-and-coming black women in the credit union industry to open discussion around the racial divide and gender bias.

By Marc Rapport | June 20, 2022

Special loan programs at cooperatives across the country address equity, financial deserts, emergency aid, and climate change.

By Marc Rapport | June 20, 2022

Financing alternatives for electric vehicles make mission sense for two cooperatives in Denver and Seattle.

By Aaron Passman | June 20, 2022

Strong loan growth combined with increased investment and fee income helped propel credit union net income during the first quarter.

 

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