Lending

Niche Lending

By Marc Rapport | July 4, 2016

New employer group strategies and a focus on financial wellness have helped KCT get back to basics and sparked a sharp recovery at the suburban Chicago credit union.

By Marc Rapport | June 30, 2016

Future shock, building a credit union blockchain, and a sustainable initiative to create credit union awareness were all topics at America’s Credit Union Conference.

By Marc Rapport | June 23, 2016

New regs would provide a safe harbor under NCUA rule, but some say the effects could re-define small-dollar lending and sharply reduce availability.

 

Is Your Inbox Missing Out?

Sign up for the CreditUnions.com free newsletter and be the first to read our newest coverage of credit union strategies and insights.

sign up today

 

 

By CU Student Choice | March 7, 2016

Private student lending has grown significantly in the credit union space, but it’s also often been viewed with a skeptical eye. Here's a look at the perceptions and realities.

By Marc Rapport | Feb. 22, 2016

Agency rule seen as especially favorable for real estate lending as regulatory relief languishes on Capitol Hill.

By Erik Payne | Aug. 27, 2015

In just four years, San Diego Metropolitan Credit Union has funded more than $75 million in energy-efficient home solar voltaic systems.

By Rebecca Wessler | Aug. 24, 2015

Rescue loans, allowance for loan and lease losses, strategies for non-indirect auto loan growth, and more this week on CreditUnions.com.

By Erik Payne | Aug. 1, 2015

How two credit unions developed successful niche mortgage products to satisfy the needs of their memberships.

By Callahan & Associates | May 1, 2015

A monthly collection of Callahan content that, together, addresses a single topic from a variety of perspectives.

By Origence, a CU Direct Brand | March 2, 2015

Point-of-sale consumer lending in retail and medical services can help increase loan portfolios and distinguish local credit unions from large, universal banks.