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Expanding electronic services is another way credit unions provide more convenience and value for their members. Which institutions lead the way in online banking usage?
Since year-end 2017, credit unions have gone from financing 19.7% of auto loans on the market to 20.5%.
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Annual growth in auto loans was the fastest of any major loan product at U.S. credit unions. Dig deeper to learn why.
Commercial loans comprised 6.9% of the total lending portfolio at U.S. credit unions, an increase of 19 basis points from the same time last year.
Cash and investments at credit unions was down at year-end 2018 as credit unions reallocated funds to fulfill loan demand.
First mortgages added $36.3 billion to the total loan portfolio in 2018.
Delinquency in this portfolio remains the highest for any major credit union loan product.
Loan origination growth outpaced employee growth, pushing originations per employee $16,000 higher than one year ago.
Credit unions reaped the benefits of upward rate movement and the associated repricing benefits for new loan originations in 2018.
More Americans are turning to credit unions and their member-focused, non-profit financial model.
How many credit unions offer a convenient and valuable experience that doesn't require stepping foot into a physical branch?
Annual credit union loan growth was slower in 2018 than in 2017, but there is still evidence that loan demand remains robust.
Share growth continued to lag loan growth, which put further liquidity pressure on the industry.
Callahan’s annual Executive Outlook Survey gathers insight on what’s top of mind for credit union leaders across the country as they navigate changing local and national economic conditions.
With a decade of hindsight in the bank, what have credit unions learned from the Great Recession, and are they ready for the next one?
Savvy credit unions benchmark their performance against similar institutions to establish more meaningful goals and performance evaluations.
Learn about industry delivery channel trends, plus see which states lead the nation in branch numbers and check out credit union leaders across several delivery channel metrics.
The credit union branch network continues to grow, with different strategies across the map.
A 2015 Callahan & Associates survey finds capital is a key reason to pay out to members. Yet despite the fact everyone likes to get money back, financial cooperatives don’t appear concerned about reaping the positive publicity.
A Virginia credit union uses card analytics and a new app to catch members’ interest.
Three credit unions without indirect lending take the road less traveled to increase loans and relationships.
The Pittsburgh-area credit union uses targeted marketing and an array of tech tools to meet the demands of a young adult market.
Community First’s referral partnership with its local university small business center mixes money with mission.
Credit unions have turned out solid core business results in 2012.