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By E.C. Harrison | Nov. 18, 2019

Interest in secondary capital is growing, and new strategies, larger loans, and precedent-setting decisions by the NCUA could dramatically change the way credit unions deploy it.

By E.C. Harrison | Nov. 4, 2019

Three credit union leaders talk about tactics to keep lending in line with federal regulations.

By E.C. Harrison | Oct. 21, 2019

With credit union acquisitions of banks on the rise, the ABA has gone on the offensive. Sound CU shares why its recent purchase of The Bank of Washington makes good business sense and its strategies for onboarding former bank customers, employees, loans, and more.

 

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By E.C. Harrison | June 17, 2019

Four credit unions with deep experience in SBA lending weigh in on building an effective program that frees up capital and minimizes risk.

By Marc Rapport | March 11, 2019

The NCUA’s new cybersecurity assessment tool is a handful, but there’s help at hand.

By Chip Filson | March 7, 2019

The regulator blames the victim while selling out credit union members when they need their credit unions most.

By Chip Filson | Feb. 5, 2019

Salad and scotch isn’t the real issue at the regulator. The real issue is how it liquidated taxi medallion lenders and borrowers to top up its own budget with TCCUSF recoveries.

By Chip Filson | Jan. 25, 2019

The regulator’s war on concentration risk belies the reality that all credit unions have niches and concentrations, and it's an excuse not to creatively seek workouts in the cooperative spirit.

By Rebecca Wessler | Aug. 1, 2018

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By Rebecca Wessler | July 23, 2018

Five can’t-miss data points this week on CreditUnions.com.