ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Third quarter data released by NCUA last week offered more signs of strengthening, leading one economist to declare, "we're officially out of the woods."
From a clever dealer compensation matrix that drives high-dollar loans, to a $2,500 sweeps, to an RV program that accounts for 60% of net auto loan growth, credit unions are taking on the tough auto loan competition from all angles.
NEW YORK — While it's best to leave the "naughty or nice" list to the bearded, rotund, red-and-white-dressed man in the know, a holiday wish can be appropriate at any age.
The high cost of healthcare - and what to about it - certainly has employers shaking their heads and searching for answers.
Are you innovative? Of course you are. The only thing that would be innovative anymore would be finding someone who doesn't believe they are an innovator, or any CU that doesn't plan to be an innovator in 2014.
We all know that credit union branches are being changed by member use of banking technology.
According to the Chinese calendar, 2014 is the Year of the Horse. The horse is considered strong and naturally lucky when it comes to money resources.
SALEM, Ore. — Building on its successful track record of developing in-house applications, such as Sprig, Maps Credit Union furthered its technological reach by working with a college intern who became instrumental in developing the CU's latest offering - the "Buy Local" app.
JACKSON, Miss. — Known as one of the industry leaders serving the underbanked and underserved, Hope Credit Union is turning its focus from traditional branches to enhanced mobile apps.
ORLANDO, Fla. — The ability to handle account origination via a tablet is critical to success.
TAMPA, Fla. — There were four winners of the second annual PSCU KnockOut Innovation Summit held earlier this fall.
LAS VEGAS — There have been both expected and unexpected rippling effects from the Great Recession.
LAKE JACKSON, Texas — With the annual March 1 date looming for Federal Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) compliance, Texas Dow Employees Credit Union has successfully implemented an automated solution that saves time, money and beats the deadline.
ONTARIO, Calif. — It's time credit unions mix in personal service and the human touch with their online car shopping services, according to CU Direct.
SCHAUMBERG, Ill. — Amid all the fear about rising interest rates, new vehicle loans dropped to their lowest point since 2008, according to a new report released Wednesday by Experian Automotive.
BEAVERTON, Ore. — Rivermark Community CU here cut rates on its credit card offerings by an average of 3.2 percentage points as part of a larger move to consolidate its cards program.
WASHINGTON — Recent remarks from Rohit Chopra, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's top official in charge of student lending, have warned that the trillion-dollar student loan market is missing key data and regulations necessary to head off another financial crisis.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — As the real estate market continues to make a comeback, CUs are turning to a CUSO to help them book more loans.
BEAVER, Pa. — WEST-AIRCOMM FCU currently plans to continue business as usual with its mortgage loans come January when the CFPB's QM rule goes into effect, despite the potential regulatory and legal risks involved.SocialMost PopularConferences & Events