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When Ty Muse became the CEO of Visions FCU in 2013, he brought new ideas and a new leadership style to the Empire State cooperative.
April 22, 2019
What credit unions should be thinking about now to prepare the organization for the end of 2019 and beyond.
April 18, 2019
Eric Jenkins at Georgia United Credit Union puts an executive’s title to the goal of driving deposits to meet loan demand.
April 15, 2019
Suncoast Credit Union sparks a cards surge with an automatic, opt-out approach.
Why credit unions need to know about book yields and total returns.
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Credit union volunteers encounter refund shock from some as the new withholding regime presents an opportunity to rethink how cooperatives can help at tax time and year round.
April 11, 2019
How a flat yield curve and a 2-year-old regulation are pushing two credit unions toward more conservative investment portfolios.
April 08, 2019
The Minnesota credit union is mining data and using analytics to broaden, and deepen, the member experience.
One-second transactions, growing adoption, and keeping up with the competition are why credit unions need to get ready to go contactless.
April 01, 2019
Community giveback is one of Michigan State University Federal Credit Union’s strategic initiatives. How much did it give across 2018? How did that help the credit union grow?
The Idaho credit union’s weatherization loan offers an alternative to high-interest credit cards and HELOCs.
The ANATOMY series is a quarterly, multi-feature profile that explores the strategies and analyzes the performance of an exemplary credit union.
Four years ago, Michigan State University Federal Credit Union adopted the Agile Method for its IT project management. See why the new model helps the credit union move faster.
The lending and marketing automation platform offers qualified members loan approvals on their schedule, not the FI’s.
The company’s CardValet white label app allows members to set extensive card controls that boost engagement while fighting fraud.
The company’s payments platform uses a collection of data sources to generate advice as well as pay bills.
Twelve finalists across three categories show what it means to push the leading edge in credit union technology.
For MSUFCU, 2019 will be defined by delivery channels, members, and employees.
Michigan State University Federal Credit Union is a growing financial cooperative, but changes to its membership and pressures from its size will influence the future of the nation’s largest university-based credit union.
What credit unions need to know about members, lending, asset quality, share balances, and more at fourth quarter 2018.
The Fed says it wants to gather more comment regarding same-day ACH payments, tapping the brakes on a process that began in 2016. But credit unions have other real-time options.
Processors do the back-end lift while credit unions focus on meeting a growing demand.
Members at UWCU and First Tech are digging the digital disbursements available through the big banks’ P2P play.
How three very different credit unions are collaborating with their communities for better business development.
March 25, 2019
Twenty-five years in, the Treasury Department program’s roster is dominated by member-owned cooperative financial institutions, who find a precise mission fit.
March 18, 2019
CAP COM FCU is on a forward-leaning data aggregation mission that crosses platforms and connects silos across the organization.
Grow Financial’s analytics department has grown from a seedling department into a full-grown resource at the center of the cooperative.
Three credit unions offer five ways to approach member experience and build successful programs.
March 11, 2019
The NCUA’s new cybersecurity assessment tool is a handful, but there’s help at hand.
Sharing returned deposit information fuels the powerful database in the fight against fraud.
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