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North Carolina

By Marc Rapport | Aug. 1, 2022

Some underwriting and belt-tightening, staffing and product changes are part of the response as swiftly rising rates roil the housing market.

By Marc Rapport | July 25, 2022

Supply still lags demand but price hikes are slowing, and a lot has changed in the past 15 years.

By Marc Rapport | May 30, 2022

Emma Hayes brings a career built on a commitment to inclusion and internal development for her new role at SECU.

 

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By Aaron Passman | May 16, 2022

More targeted giving and other changes helped the foundation make a bigger difference in the lives of North Carolinians — especially those in rural and low-income communities.

By Aaron Passman | May 9, 2022

The SECU Foundation from North Carolina-based State Employees’ Credit Union has made a name for itself by homing in on key areas where it can have an impact across the state. The philanthropy’s biggest success, however, might be the buy-in it gets from members.

By Rebecca Wessler | May 2, 2022

Retail banks and credit unions were among the first industries to focus on customer experience. These roles demonstrate how any cooperative can improve upon theirs.

By Aaron Passman | May 2, 2022

Inflation in the United States has reached a 40-year high. Food and gas prices have spiked. But credit unions are stepping in to help members stretch their dollars to the max.

By | April 20, 2022

Since its launch, small monthly contributions from members of North Carolina's State Employees' Credit Union have helped fuel more than $216 million in total giving from the SECU Foundation.

By Marc Rapport | March 7, 2022

Making the most of business intelligence involves building bridges between departments byte by byte.

By Marc Rapport | March 7, 2022

Making the most of business intelligence involves building bridges between departments byte by byte.