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As the economic ramifications of COVID-19 swept through the country, the personal savings rate hit an all-time high as consumers moved their savings into deposit accounts.
Many Americans have been beefing up their savings during the COVID-19 lockdowns. Credit unions are putting those additional funds toward less fortunate members.
First quarter data provides the earliest picture of the COVID-19 crisis on the credit union industry.
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Early first quarter data shows the industry balance sheet is changing as credit unions respond to COVID-19.
The loan-to-share ratio falls, and other can’t-miss insights from Callahan’s quarterly webinar.
An interactive dashboard by Callahan & Associates offers insight into the loan portfolio of any credit union in the United States.
Incorporating peer analysis is an ideal way to enhance the impact of planning season.
Both sides of the balance sheet and the income statement see significant changes in the second quarter.
Understanding key performance metrics will help gauge early successes and identify any operational adjustments needed to achieve strategic goals.
Total loans at U.S. credit unions increased 9.5% in the third quarter of 2018 and reached an all-time high.
Based on November traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.
Takeaways from a survey on how 284 credit unions are interacting with the changing lending strategies arising from automated-decisioning practices.
Total loans at U.S. credit unions increased by 9.7% in the second quarter of 2018 and reached an all-time high.
The ratio represents a balancing act between two sides of the balance sheet. Which states are achieving the greatest harmony?
Loans, liquidity, and credit union love. How did credit unions perform in the second quarter?
As loan growth outpaces deposit growth, the industry loan-to-share ratio reaches 82.9%.
In a changing economic environment, balance sheet management is top-of-mind with credit union executives.
Five can’t-miss data points this week on CreditUnions.com.
The industry’s loan-to-share ratio has nearly hit levels not seen since the Great Recession.
When the loan-to-share ratio at UICCU topped 100%, and continued to grow, the Hawkeye State credit union adopted a three-pronged funding strategy.
University Credit Union in Orono, ME, creates new positions and titles to streamline its lending environment.
How back-to-basics lending, a brick-and-mortar presence, and a forward-thinking approach to business underpin growth for a suburban Detroit credit union.
Besting national averages across various penetration and efficiency rates, financial cooperatives in the Keystone State are efficiently serving members and expanding books of business with their current staffing models.
Callahan & Associates surveyed 333 credit unions to learn about automated decisioning practices in the consumer lending portfolio. Read about the results in this interactive article.
This quarter, Credit Union Strategy & Performance is all about showing off successes and looking forward to the future.
The Loan Star State has the highest number of credit unions at 475, and its stellar growth and member metrics evokes the saying “Don’t mess with Texas.”
How do credit unions in the Buckeye State stack up against regional peers?
How do financial cooperatives in the Lone Star State stack up against other credit unions?
Continued loan demand draws down investment balances.
Risk managers monitor disparate areas of the credit union. For key ratios to follow, start with the measures that correspond to the risk indicators outlined by the NCUA.
Which states posted the highest change in loans to shares? What about in negative share growth? Find out in these Callahan leader tables.