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As member growth continues to challenge the industry, a look at the experience of community chartered credit unions reveals that it takes time to generate market momentum.
Credit union credit card growth outpaced all other finanical institutions in 2006. They are recapturing the card business
by providing more trusted value.
Retail outlets provide credit unions with an opportunity to counter slow member growth as well as create added value to current members.
With the current rate environment and net interest margin stabilizing, credit unions can leverage excess capital to bring in shares.
Read one Gen Yers reaction to a credit union planning session and how credit unions can use core strengths to reach a younger market.
As credit unions refocus on their credit card portfolios, they have not only increased balances, but also taken market share from competitors.
June 2006 data shows credit union borrowings at an all time high. Credit unions are meeting increased loan demand by tapping into longer term maturity vehicles to meet liquidity needs.
Though traditionally a manufacturing management strategy, Six Sigma has proven successful in the financial services industry. What benefits can credit unions realize from these principles?
With just six months left before financial institutions must comply with enhanced authentication, credit unions have their work cut out for them.
Can credit unions start to build up core deposits, or will the industry continue to generate its share growth through certificates?