Best Of April 2019

Based on April traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.

 
 

Based on April traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.

No. 10: To Meet Long-Term Goals, 2 Credit Unions Go Short

How a flat yield curve and a 2-year-old regulation are pushing two credit unions toward more conservative investment portfolios.

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No. 9: Keep The Card. Ditch The Contact.

The next big thing in wave-and-pay is here, and credit union adoption is surging as major issuers deploy the NFC plastic.

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No. 8: 6 Metrics That Showcase The Power Of Benchmarking

Savvy credit unions benchmark their performance against similar institutions to establish more meaningful goals and performance evaluations.

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No. 7: Balance Sheet Basics In A Changing Economy

What credit unions should be thinking about now to prepare the organization for the end of 2019 and beyond.

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No. 6: The New Way To Pay: Mobile Wallets And The Path To Credit Union Adoption

Processors do the back-end lift while credit unions focus on meeting a growing demand.

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No. 5: Data Takes Flight At Wings Financial

The Minnesota credit union is mining data and using analytics to broaden, and deepen, the member experience.

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No. 4: What’s In A Name: Chief Deposit Services Officer

Georgia United Credit Union puts an executive’s title to its goal of driving deposits to meet loan demand.

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No. 3: A Strategy To Achieve Double-Digit Credit Card Growth

Suncoast Credit Union sparks a cards surge with an automatic, opt-out approach.

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No. 2: A New CEO, A New Vision For A New York Credit Union

When Ty Muse became the CEO of Visions FCU in 2013, he brought new ideas and a new leadership style to the Empire State cooperative.

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No. 1: A Zest For Zelle Drives Early Adoption At 2 Credit Unions

Members at UWCU and First Tech are digging the digital disbursements available through the big banks’ P2P play.

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May 1, 2019


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