Data Cycle

3Q 2011

By Rebecca McClay | April 20, 2012

GUASFCU focuses on products and services for students through the cyclical changes of the school year.

By Rebecca McClay | April 13, 2012

GUASFCU offers repeat loan promotions that target repeat applicants.

By Rebecca McClay | April 7, 2012

GUASFCU’s marketing efforts provide an example for credit unions looking to connect with college-age members.

 

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By Rebecca McClay | March 27, 2012

Georgetown University students shadow their predecessors closely before becoming executives of GUAFSCU, a student-run credit union.

By Rebecca McClay | March 22, 2012

Georgetown University’s credit union ensures it meets student needs, including by accommodating students’ hectic schedules.

By Rebecca McClay | March 12, 2012

Georgetown University’s student-run credit union is cognizant of the duration of its investments and has developed strong cash positions.

By Rebecca McClay | March 1, 2012

Georgetown University's student-run credit union offers its undergraduate executives experiences that propel them into the financial world.

By Aaron Pugh | Feb. 20, 2012

A $712M institution discusses the pros and cons of conservative technology adoption and industry innovation.

By Aaron Pugh | Feb. 20, 2012

Georgetown University’s student-run credit union nails down long-term financial relationships among its shifting membership base.

By Rebecca McClay | Feb. 20, 2012

Check out on-site interviews with Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Union, a $16M credit union run by executives in their 20s. Learn how a student-run operation in Washington, DC innovates and manages regular leadership transition.

By Aaron Pugh | Feb. 13, 2012

A $25M institution discusses the pros and cons of early adoption and industry innovation.

By Jeff Greenert | Jan. 16, 2012

Jeff Greenert, senior portfolio manager at VyStar Credit Union, addresses the investment struggles some credit unions are facing.

By Alix Patterson | Jan. 16, 2012

Credit unions are deploying innovative ways to expand their footprint – both physically and virtually.

By Alix Patterson | Dec. 19, 2011

While banks drop free checking and debit reward programs, credit unions see checking accounts as the first stepping stone in building deeper member relationships.

By Rebecca McClay | Dec. 19, 2011

Georgetown University's student-run credit union has honed its staff selection process for decades to manage built-in employee turnover.

By Rebecca McClay | Dec. 19, 2011

As loan growth declines in the majority of Arizona's financial co-ops, one little credit union is bucking the trend.

By Brianne Aiken | Dec. 14, 2011

SECU of North Carolina reflects on its payday loan alternative for members.

By Lydia Cole | Dec. 12, 2011

A peer group comparison evaluating whether credit unions that grant first mortgages perform differently than other credit unions.

By Brianne Aiken | Nov. 29, 2011

In this third quarter 2011 Trendwatch clip, Jay Johnson of Callahan & Associates discusses the possible impact HARP 2 will have on the cooperative movement in 2012.

By | Nov. 29, 2011

Credit unions have the opportunity to refinance between 1 million and 4 million mortgage loans.

By Lydia Cole | Nov. 28, 2011

Complete third quarter data shows that credit unions across the country are heading into 2012 with positive momentum.

By Alix Patterson | Nov. 28, 2011

Credit unions continue to grow their loan portfolios.

By Brianne Aiken | Nov. 23, 2011

Lackluster unemployment numbers combined with increased media attention on the credit union industry create a strong need for cooperative solutions in 2012.

By | Nov. 23, 2011

Lackluster unemployment numbers combined with increased media attention on the credit union industry create a strong need for cooperative solutions in 2012.

By Rebecca Wessler | Nov. 21, 2011

The largest credit union in the hard-hit Californian Inland Empire is building on the area’s economic revival.

By Chip Filson | Nov. 21, 2011

The industry is poised to benefit from its growing momentum.

By Brianne Aiken | Nov. 17, 2011

Positive growth in credit union's share balances and core deposits show significant increase in the industry's reach in 2011.

By | Nov. 17, 2011

Positive growth in credit union's share balances and core deposits show significant increase in the industry's reach in 2011.

By Andrew Bolton | Nov. 7, 2011

Continuing corporate credit unions are posting healthy financials amid a changing landscape.

By Rebecca McClay | Oct. 31, 2011

Fort Worth Community Credit Union’s three-year-old program has helped boost its auto loans by 37% in the third quarter.

By Andrew Bolton | Oct. 31, 2011

Year-to-date loan originations are up for co-ops in the third quarter of 2011, according to early data.

By Mark Buschur | Oct. 31, 2011

Student loans are filling a community need while boosting credit unions' bottom lines.

By Callahan & Associates | Oct. 24, 2011

With more than 2,900 credit unions reporting, the credit union industry is seeing greater loan volume and balance sheet loan growth among other positive areas.

By Rebecca McClay | Sept. 14, 2011

Students, community, and innovation work hand in hand for this standout credit union.