Data Cycle

1Q 2010

By Sharon Simpson | Sept. 7, 2015

Finding the right employees to connect with members through video technology can be a challenge, but it doesn't have to be.

By Mark Reed | Jan. 23, 2012

Non-interest income is an important metric for any credit union. How did it fare in 2011, during the calm before the Durbin Amendment storm?

By Rebecca McClay | July 19, 2011

Many credit unions develop specialized mortgage products for specific homeowner groups.


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By Rebecca Wessler | Sept. 4, 2010

Doug Fecher, President & CEO, Wright-Patt Credit Union

By Gail Koehler | July 9, 2010

PEFCU took a chance with two young men who developed a portal for financial services companies. The credit union invested through its CUSO, installed the portal in its own credit union, and helped the company sell to others. Passageways has become a successful portal provider.

By Rebecca Wessler | July 9, 2010

This Midwestern credit union’s performance highlights the power of the cooperative model.

By Lisa Renner | July 9, 2010

Mazuma CU started CU Holding Company, which now has five subsidiary companies offering services from payday lending to marketing.

By Ken DeMello | July 9, 2010

FedFinancial CU created a CUSO around a talented and effective collections employee. It then branched out to offer conferencing and training, and, by virtue of being a sales agent, credit card servicing and software for risk management. The CUSO is eight years old and has added marginally to FedFinancial’s bottom line.

By Aaron Pugh | July 9, 2010

How can credit unions use the benefits of the cooperative system to explore new non- interest income opportunities? The answer lies in the CUSO connection.

By Rebecca Wessler | July 1, 2010

For every strategic decision, Wright-Patt Credit Union considers three stakeholders equally.