Financial Performance

Cost of Funds

By Aman Johal | June 30, 2020

Despite the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy pushing interests rates lower, credit unions are experiencing an influx of deposits as members look for safe channels to park their savings.

By Samantha Cristobal | April 16, 2020

Gains to liquidity and member loyalty provide credit unions the flexibility and opportunity to serve their members financial needs into the new decade.

By Callahan & Associates, Inc. | March 4, 2020

Join Callahan & Associates and Jason Haley, managing director of ALM First's Investment Management Group and Sam Taft, assistant vice president, business development, Trust for Credit Unions, for a discussion about the latest economic and market insights along with investment trends for all U.S. Credit Unions.

 

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By Callahan & Associates, Inc. | Dec. 11, 2019

Join Callahan & Associates and Jason Haley, managing director of ALM First's Investment Management Group and Sam Taft, assistant vice president, business development, Trust for Credit Unions, for a discussion about the latest economic and market insights along with investment trends based on 3Q 2019 Performance Data.

By Maya Neuman | May 22, 2019

Interest income from loans and investments drove annual revenue growth among America's credit unions in the first quarter of 2019.

By Maya Neuman | Feb. 7, 2019

The federal funds rate increased four times in 2018. Test your knowledge on the role these rate hikes play in credit union loan and deposit pricing.

By Samantha Cristobal | Dec. 10, 2018

Credit unions covered their operating expenses with net interest income alone for the first time in seven years.

By Maya Neuman | May 14, 2018

Take this industry performance pop quiz from Callahan & Associates to learn about trends in cost of funds.

By Marc Rapport | June 6, 2017

The movement’s investment portfolio in the first quarter remains liquid for lending and buffers against rising interest rates.

Loan growth drives down balances while industry assets overall remain steady.