Based on June traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.
No. 10: Loan Participations: Sharing Risk And Reward
Loan participations are a proven way to address liquidity concerns and add some income. They can also be complicated, but there’s help.
No. 9: How Opportunities Credit Union Throws A Lifeline To Underwater Borrowers
This Vermont cooperative is making life-changing auto loans to rescue borrowers who are underwater or burdened with high-interest debt of all kinds.
No. 8: 3 Metrics That Are Important For First Quarter
Understanding key performance metrics will help gauge early successes and identify any operational adjustments needed to achieve strategic goals.
No. 7: What’s In A Name: Vice President Of Digital Transformation
Jennifer Platt helps Suncoast integrate technology and business to meet consumer needs and expectations in an age of digital disruption.
No. 6: Pen Air Recaptures Its Way To Auto Loan Growth
The Florida cooperative uses direct mail and digital techniques, plus a guarantee of 2 percentage points less than the member is paying now.
No. 5: The Good, The Bad, And The Reserved
The new CECL accounting standards are expected to raise reserves and concern alike, but there could be some upsides, too.
No. 4: The 10-Step Guide For Replying To Online Reviews
To maintain credibility after a rebrand, Logix FCU emphasized its online reviews. In the years since, the California cooperative has received many a five-star review. Here’s how it handles those that aren’t.
No. 3: The Reverse Tier Savings Account That Gives More To Those With Less
Canvas Credit Union’s 18-month-old account was designed with younger members in mind and has attracted millions in deposits to the Colorado cooperative.
No. 2: How ELGA Went All In On Downtown Flint
It’s all a matter of timing as ELGA joins in on the revitalization of a once-moribund main street in one of America’s iconic industrial cities.
No. 1: How A New CEO Watered The Garden And Watched Her Credit Union Bloom
After a decade of slow growth, Patelco hired a new CEO in 2013. Erin Mendez brought new ideas and jumpstarted a new culture at the California cooperative.
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