As CUNA and NAFCU face off in a war of words, their CEOs could learn a thing or two from the heads of the National Credit Union Administration, who work side-by-side productively, despite differing political views.
By 2025, millennials will represent 75% of the workforce and 46% of total U.S. income.* Millennials (ages 18-34) are now graduating from college, starting careers and families, purchasing homes, and making financial decisions that will set the tone for the rest of their lives. What steps can credit unions take to foster financial relationships with millennials that will last a lifetime? *Source
With the adoption of security measures such as EMV chips, fraud criminals are now focusing on digital channels. With credit unions adopting more digital strategies, online fraud and data breaches are an increasingly-present threat. How can credit unions effectively prevent and control the impact of fraud?