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Following one of the most productive lending years in the history of the credit union movement, the first quarter of 2020 offered new challenges. But strong mortgage originations negated a pullback in consumer lending to push overall loan balances higher.
June 30, 2020
Historically low rates to start the year has contributed to strong mortgage lending through March.
Decreased consumer spending and a pronounced pullback from indirect lending programs contributed to slower auto loan growth at credit unions in the first quarter of 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.
Lower interest rates and overall economic uncertainty pushed the investment portfolios of commercial financial institutions nationwide toward shorter allocations in the first quarter of 2020.
A locked-down economy combined with volatile changes in monetary policy put lenders in a difficult position in the first quarter of 2020, as total revenue growth slowed as sources of income shifted away from interest-driven streams.
Member service is of utmost importance for credit unions, and data from the past decade shows how a growing membership base has acknowledged and affirmed this priority.
A decade of economic expansion created record-low unemployment levels, driving credit union employee compensation to the highest rates on record. Early outcomes from the COVID-19 crisis indicate changes to the status quo.
First quarter data provides the earliest picture of the COVID-19 crisis on the credit union industry.
The longest economic expansionary period in U.S. history has come to an end. What else should credit unions know at first quarter?
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Credit unions are exceeding goals and breaking records quarter after quarter. In such an ideal environment, why are some still looking for the next challenge?
Oct. 28, 2015
Today’s environment provides the leverage credit union leaders need to take their organizations to another level.
Sept. 11, 2015
How do you connect with millennial members whose future is so entirely … to be determined?
Aug. 17, 2015
How credit unions can use biology, psychology, and game theory to modify member behaviors for the better.
July 13, 2015
In a sky full of glittering opportunities, maintaining the industry’s guiding principles becomes more crucial, not less.
April 22, 2015
Don’t let staff intransigence create digital divides that impede new products or imperil growth.
March 23, 2015
Non-FI players are raising the bar for user experience and expectations. Now, credit unions must respond or retreat.
Feb. 23, 2015
As credit unions grow, so does their role as community stewards.
Oct. 22, 2014
Over the past four summers, Community Financial has awarded nearly one-quarter of $1 million in $1,000 increments to member-chosen organizations.
Oct. 20, 2014
What’s old is new again for credit unions that repurpose great ideas for different circumstances.
Aug. 25, 2014
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