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Embrace New Lending Strategies
April 11, 2011
The flood of new regulations makes this an ideal time to discuss the CU difference with your members.
House Introduces MBL Bill
April 08, 2011
Reps. Ed Royce (R-Calif.) and Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.) introduced the legislation, which will provide much-needed business financing at no cost to taxpayers.
Senate Introduces MBL Legislation
March 09, 2011
Legislation would raise the member business lending cap to 27.5% of total assets for CUs meeting certain criteria.
Cheney envisions big voice, message on Capitol Hill
March 01, 2011
CUs need to change the conversation when they meet with their legislators.
A Lending Conundrum
March 01, 2011
CUs must balance compliance and member service.
Challenge Your Marketing Assumptions
February 08, 2011
'If more members are waiting 90 days to take advantage of auto loan offers, perhaps our CU should rethink its sales cycle.'
Embrace End-to-End E-Lending
February 01, 2011
Members, particularly young adults, will demand the ability to obtain loans without face-to-face interaction at any point in the transaction.
Extend Your Lending Reach
January 14, 2011
Erie Federal’s multi-faceted loan outreach efforts resulted in a 22.7% increase in loan volume during 2009.
Want More Business? Just Ask
January 10, 2011
Teaching employees how to ask members for business helped Oregon Community CU achieve nearly 9% loan growth during the first five months of 2010.
Ten Credit Card Predictions for 2011
January 04, 2011
In 2011, credit card issuers will find new ways to manage risks, add new accounts, and increase revenue while cardholders continue to pay down their balances.
Credit Union Magazine
December 2013 digital edition
Making an Impact in Motown
League Presidents Pass the Torch
Survey: Young Credit Card Users are Better Credit Risks
A Look Back With Jeff Post
CUs Can Expect Economic Tailwinds
Good list of five, with room for a 6th, i.e., avoid cheerleaders as directors. When it comes time for a constructive critical thoughts to be raised by senior governance directors, cheerleaders add no value other than making themselves feel valuable because of 'feel good' fairy dust they want to sprinkle over everything said and everything done. That's not Governance, that's Cheerleading, and it requires a change of uniform and a change of title.
Great advice Barry! -Mary Ann Schlung Colorado Credit Union
I had the pleasure to attend this year conference. Josh was dynamic speaker. Love the "why" message.
Amen, Amen, Your financial well being has a lot to do with the time of your birth. I used to envie those guys at Employers Insurance who came home from WWII and stepped right into a growing economy full of opportunities. Never gave much thought tot he fact that their "opportunities" occurred because they had survived the Depression and hadn't been among those killed in action in the Great War. They wer, frankly, in short supply.
" We put members first by constantly seeking to anticipate, not react to, member needs and launching innovative programs before our members even know they want them." Reminds me of what Henry Ford said: "If I asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses."
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