Financial Performance

Net Interest Margin

By Lydia Cole | Oct. 1, 2011

Does your credit union Board and executive team understand the terms, definitions, formulas, and metrics they see on the balance sheet and income statement? Share this quiz at your next Board meeting or executive staff retreat.

By Lydia Cole | April 18, 2011

Delinquency, return on assets, net worth to assets: Three metrics to evaluate your credit union and bridge the gap between macro trends and micro performance.

By Lydia Cole | April 11, 2011

Cost of funds, net interest margin, operating expense ratio: Three metrics to evaluate your credit union and bridge the gap between macro trends and micro performance.

 

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By Callahan & Associates | Oct. 1, 2010

Credit unions are facing an incredible opporunity to be an engine for economic growth in their communities by using record liquidity to refinance member loans.

By Lydia Cole | Aug. 30, 2010

Nine graphs illustrate the industry’s resilient performance as of June 30, 2010.

By Ryan Sherwin | April 27, 2010

Key factors to consider when evaluating bonds with early redemption features.

By Chris Tissue | March 29, 2010

In an environment of shrinking loan demand, low investment yields, and excess deposits, credit unions that offer short-term loan products have advantages.

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 Dane Coalson | Feb. 2, 2009

Credit unions currently face tightening margins and a competitive environment for deposits. This article examines a variety of pricing strategies that credit unions can employ based on different market conditions.

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.