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Five ways to serve members by providing the credit they need, when they need it.
These credit unions rallied around the needs of members to uncover hidden potential in the loan portfolio.
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Four credit unions with deep experience in SBA lending weigh in on building an effective program that frees up capital and minimizes risk.
At year-end 2016, see which credit unions lead the way in six key cooperative metrics.
How a Northwest credit union partners with three other credit unions and a local CDFI lender to help microbusinesses prosper.
These credit unions are moving the needle on SBA lending, ensuring small businesses get the financing they need to flourish.
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Crowdfunding provides opportunities for credit unions, small businesses, investors, and local communities.
A monthly collection of Callahan content that, together, addresses a single topic from a variety of perspectives.
Community First’s referral partnership with its local university small business center mixes money with mission.
Three startups find a niche making business loans, but how much competition are they for credit unions?
A small business loan by Boston Brewing Company offers inspiration for credit unions.
Crowdfunding is the next big thing in lending, but is it better than what credit unions offer?
How Members Choice Credit Union started an SBA lending department to spark new business in the Houston area.
Learn more about Members' Choice CU small business lending program. They discuss the pros and cons of different lending models.
121 Financial Credit Union is finding its business lending program is paying off in mortgages and SBA loans.
Business lending CUSOs are a valuable resource for the revitalization of local economies.
Credit unions across the country are using their knowledge of local markets to boost the community's economy.
The spirit of entrepreneurship is taking the wheel in 2011.
Small business lending remains a national focus, but credit unions aren’t always top of mind for business owners ... yet.
The right technology supports the products and services business members seek.
From disenfranchised consumers to small business owners cut off from funds by for-profit institutions, the recovering nation finds a ready and willing partner in the cooperative system.
John Wade of the SBA discusses trends in member business lending, demand for credit by small businesses, the MBL cap, and the proclivity of credit unions to help small businesses.
Tightened standards at banks have reduced the availability of loans for small business owners. The need for small business loans is now greater than the supply.
The extension of S.B.A. Loan Guarantees gives further incentive for credit unions to prove their worth.
By revamping an exisiting business lending program, Randolph-Brooks drove dramatic growth without compromising their strong member service.
By revamping an existing business lending program, Randolph-Brooks drove dramatic growth without compromising their strong member service.
As national and regional banks pull back from the small business market due to tighter underwriting standards, credit unions are presented with an opportunity to expand their foothold in this market.
With 1,930 credit unions showing business loans on their books as of the 2nd quarter, member business lending continues to be a way in which credit unions are expanding services to help members.
While representing just a shade more than 5% of total loans, member business lending is certainly the fastest growing sector for many credit unions.
Member business lending has been the fastest growing category of the lending portfolio over the last few years. To what extent have credit unions been assisting new businesses over the years using construction and development loans?
This final article in a three-part series on serving small business members addresses meeting their needs throughout their business’ life cycle while increasing retention, improving economic return and creating barriers to member attrition.
Which credit unions are using the Small Business Administration 7(a) program?