Articles by Dianne Molvig

Lending on the Mend

CU lenders say auto, mortgage, and unsecured loans will be bright spots in 2014.
The 2014 lending forecast is as optimistic as it has been for a few years.
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Bob Stowell

Inner Fire Fuels Desire to Serve Others

CUs fulfill personal motivation to make a difference.

‘When you’re hungry, nothing else matters.’


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Paul Phillips

A Heart for Service

CU leader embarks on bold effort to serve people who lack access to affordable financial services.
‘We’ve created an interdependency between the CU and community stakeholders.’
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Yvette Segarra

Much More than a Paycheck

NJCUL special events manager is a shrewd negotiator.
‘The league is part of my life.’
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The Power of Social Media

CUs and their members create ‘instant advocacy’ in their battle to preserve CUs’ tax status.
The idea for #DontTaxTuesday sprouted only a week before it occurred.
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The Path to The Cloud

Cloud computing isn’t without risk. But the improved efficiencies and lower costs the cloud creates point toward a bright future.
'The cloud turns computing into a utility.'
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'Spotpay' Deepens Ties with Business Members

CUs can offer convenience with the new mobile payments product from Fiserv.
Centra CU in Columbus, Ind., went live with SpotPay in May 2013.
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Credit Cards Rising

CUs are bucking the trend and growing their card portfolios while other lenders are seeing a downturn.
If you haven’t taken a long, hard look at your credit card portfolio lately, now’s the time.
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Making the Most of Mergers

Seven ways to reduce costs, boost revenue, and achieve a happier, lasting union.
In the best-case scenario, the merging CUs come out better than either one was before.
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An Underbanked Opportunity

CUs’ mission aligns well with the needs of 68 million consumers.
Financial services revenues from serving unbanked and underbanked consumers totaled $78 billion in 2011.
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