Financial Performance

Yield

By Sharon Simpson | Feb. 1, 2016

Kevin Kesecker, vice president and chief lending officer for SECU of Maryland, offers advice on how to review packaged loans to make sure they are attractive — and worthwhile — to the credit union.

Partner Perspective
The Price Is Right

Properly pricing and managing the loan portfolio is a major driver of success for a credit union.

Credit unions are keeping their powder dry waiting for rates to rise.

 

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By Andrew Bolton | March 26, 2014

Lending, originations, revenue, and membership all show how the state’s financial cooperatives have positioned themselves for success this year.

By Andrew Bolton | March 10, 2014

Data shows how some credit unions are able to obtain a better investment return than others.

By Timothy Kolk | Feb. 3, 2014

Luck only lasts so long. That's why every credit union needs a long-term roadmap for this crucial area of its business.

By Janet Lee | Dec. 19, 2013

Credit unions in the Cornhusker state best national average by 25 basis points.

Partner Perspective
Credit Unions And QE Infinity

How can cooperatives best manage through the quantitative easing fog?

Financial institutions who sought a higher yield during the historically low interest-rate environment could see longer-term bond prices dive when rates go up.

By Jeff Greenert | Feb. 4, 2013

Credit unions must balance aggressiveness in their investment strategy against their appetite for risk.