Financial Performance

Asset Liability Management (ALM)

By Callahan & Associates | Jan. 1, 2011

California CUSO CURoots sprouted from diligence and cooperation to reduce back-office expenses for credit unions.

By Callahan & Associates | Jan. 1, 2011

As 2010 comes to a close, economic releases are revealing surprising strength in the U.S. economy.

By Rebecca Wessler | July 20, 2010

A message from the banking sector provides a ray of light contrary to gloom and doom forecasting.


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By Chris Tissue | April 1, 2010

This edition is brought to you straight from the corporate communities that use this holiday to have a little fun and show some personality. And from the letters C and U.

By ALM First Financial Advisors | Sept. 21, 2009

Given the recession and today’s stringent regulatory environment, it’s no wonder credit unions are merging. But new accounting rules have introduced new complexities for merging credit unions.

By Mike Philbin | Sept. 7, 2009

What are the key assumptions underlying Net Economic Value (NEV) and Net Interest Income (NII)? How do changes in member behavior affect your set assumptions?

By ALM First Financial Advisors | Aug. 3, 2009

When it comes to surplus liquidity, these are unprecedented times for credit unions.

By Callahan & Associates | Oct. 1, 2008

Many credit unions are not looking at loan protfolios heavily populated with fixed-rate loans originated during a (fairly lengthy) period of historically low-term interest rates.

By Callahan & Associates | Oct. 1, 2008

Recent market turmoil has had an influence pricing various share accounts, modeling non-maturity share accounts, and whether the LIBOR curve is appropriate for pricing seets and liabilities.

By Callahan & Associates | July 1, 2008

Having a strategic plan for the upcoming financial scenarios is advantageous for credit unions who have the resources to weather the storm.