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Five ways to serve members by providing the credit they need, when they need it.
The Florida cooperative uses direct mail and digital techniques, plus a guarantee of 2 percentage points less than the member is paying now.
In this webinar, Callahan & Associates and Nathan Anderson discuss best practices and tips from MACU about how to assess members' needs, advise them of their options, and assist them with their choice.
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How Mountain America helps members break free from long-term, costly debt.
Learn how to use the Risk-Based Capital Forecasting Tool in Peer-to-Peer.
At the close of 2014, the Beaver State cooperative was the No. 3 lender in Oregon, trailing only Wells Fargo and Toyota Motor Credit.
Rates for the U.S. Treasury 10-year note are lower today than they were in the beginning of the year, which means the time is ripe to recapture loans.
Georgia-based Associated Credit Union helps consumers understand auto loans and sensible rates.
With a pitch-perfect message, Campus USA woos back borrowers to recapture lost business.
Don’t just store payment data to comply with regulations, use it to drive informed, successful growth in other areas.
Credit unions help more members buy cars as they increased outstanding auto loans and auto lending market share in the first quarter of 2012.
State Department FCU’s in-house legal counsel drives a double-digit increase in recoveries and shortens collection turnaround time.
Randolph-Brooks gives its members 15 reasons to make the credit union their primary financial institution.
Emerging technologies help remarketing services reduce costs, more quickly liquidate repossessed vehicles, and deliver higher valuations.
Put microsites to work for your financial institution.
Leverage the online channel.
Industry leaders don't shy away from asking for their members' business.
A lesson in (controlled) aggression positions one $42 million credit union for a substantial year of growth in 2011.
Credit unions that accept debit and credit payments on loan balances capitalize on purchasing trends and maximize call center value.
To recapture members' card balances, think outside the promotion box.
Credit unions help American consumers living paycheck to paycheck take advantage of historically low rates and reinvigorate the “grassroots” of the national economy.
With determination and superior service, Community First is cultivating its existing member relationships to bring members' loans in-house.
Loan recapture requires standards that assure all loans benefit both the institution and the member.
KEMBA Financial Credit Union demonstrates what it means to find opportunity in all markets.
As the trend of used auto opportunity continues, credit unions can overcome challenges of excess inventory and long turnaround times by turning remarketing weaknesses into strengths.
Watch Bob Chadick’s above presentation and learn more about Tinker Federal Credit Union’s auto remarketing strategy.
Industry leaders offer four strategies credit unions can use to protect the progress they made this year in lending.
A focus on low rates and balance transfer opportunities resonates with consumers looking to switch their credit card relationship in the wake of the CARD Act.
Banks spent the last decade drunk but are starting to recover. Credit unions must use their own sobriety to take advantage.
Competition for vehicle loans is increasing as banks and manufactures re-assert themselves into consumer lending, but credit unions are poised to offer programs, rates and value- added services.
When faced with an excess of repossessions, area credit unions in Northern Florida collaborated to hold a mass disposition sale to the public.
Although the credit union was able to remarket its vehicles, CommunityAmerica recognized the need for a more effective vehicle remarking program as the number of repossessions increased. As a result, they hired a dedicated repossession and loss specialist.
According to a credit union collections executive I recently spoke with, there are four practices that contribute to successful remarketing, regardless of a credit union’s asset size or auto lending program.
There are many benefits for credit unions that choose to represent themselves at auto auctions. However, the credit unions that are the most successful are the ones that are familiar with the auto auction sales process.
Auto recapture is one option to help your credit union increase its ROA.
Chartway is a consumer lending organization; as the individual markets are more saturated, the competition for one sale has become more intense. In 2007, we came to a realization that even the credit union industry has lost cohesion.
The automobile market is ever changing. Build a solid recapture program to grow market share in your credit union.
As the automotive market continues to slow, credit unions must react and innovate in order to recapture market share.
Eastern Financial Credit Union re-enters the credit card market and issues over 10,000 new cards in one year.
With slowing auto sales, recapture programs can help boost growth. Learn ten tips from two credit unions with seasoned recapture strategies.
Tapping into the potential of the Internet can not only relieve the burden of auto remarketing, but get you a higher selling price.
With the right list price and location for remarketing efforts, credit unions can find higher returns.
An Auto Loan Recapture program is a safe way of increasing a credit union's loan portfolio and membership. This past Thursday, two credit unions shared their success with this program in Callahan's Quarterly Auto Lending Webinar.