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Veridian Credit Union cultivates a welcoming atmosphere known as the "Veridian Experience."
Iowa’s Veridian Credit Union cultivates a welcoming atmosphere they call the "Veridian Experience."
As a new generation enters the workforce, credit unions may have to adjust their workplace culture toward a more engaging environment.
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Credit unions are entering 2012 with unprecedented momentum in member growth, lending, and core deposit balances.
Gen Y’s product demands now include first mortgages and auto loans, whereas Baby Boomers are turning toward retirement products.
In February, Callahan & Associates visited Iowa-based Veridian Credit Union ($2B, Waterlool, IA) for a two-day investigation into how the credit union creates a culture where everyone is a leader and everyone is an owner.
Credit unions that have invested in attracting Gen Y are finding their efforts are now paying off as Gen Y moves into mortgages and auto loans.
Each region in the U.S. has a particular product penetration strength, from credit cards in the Southeast to real estate loans in the Northeast.
Bank delinquency figures have declined faster than credit unions’ delinquency rates, but remain elevated compared to the unemployment rate.
Veridian Credit Union In Waterloo, IA, explores different ways to invest its capital.