By Umberto Donda | Oct. 3, 2022

The combination of members’ average loan and share balances is up by more than 6% from last year.

By Aaron Passman | Sept. 26, 2022

After a pandemic-era spike, American consumers are saving at a lower rate than they have in over a decade.

By Aaron Passman | Sept. 19, 2022

The number of neobanks launching around the world has fallen significantly, but that doesn’t mean fintech adoption rates are following suit.


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By Jason Haley | Sept. 19, 2022

Look beyond the headlines to discover the driving forces behind market trends and consider how they impact a credit union’s investment portfolio.

By Roman Ojala | Sept. 12, 2022

Amid market volatility and ongoing loan demand, cash balances decreased nearly $66 billion. What else happened in the investment portfolio?

By Andrew Lepczyk | Sept. 12, 2022

Ongoing growth in home and auto lending mean the industry is gradually shedding the high liquidity levels brought on by pandemic relief programs.

By Umberto Donda | Sept. 7, 2022

Macroeconomic shifts drove changes in member demand, which impacted top-level credit union metrics.

By Laila Jiwani | Sept. 6, 2022

Wage growth for full-time equivalent employees has stayed well above the Consumer Price Index for years, but surging inflation has turned the tables, resulting in a nearly six-point gap.

By Sherry Virden | Aug. 29, 2022

For institutions with $100 million or more in assets, educational offerings are often a key factor when it comes to preventing late loan payments.

By Andrew Lepczyk | Aug. 22, 2022

U.S. Treasury investment and updated rules from the National Credit Union Administration have resulted in a massive jump in the number of credit unions issuing subordinated debt and the overall dollar amount.