WASHINGTON-Credit unions that have financial ties to CUSOs have, on average, higher long-term growth rates and lower expense ratios, according to Callahan & Associates.

Lydia Cole, industry analyst for Callahan, told Credit Union Journal the numbers suggest the key is participation in multi-owned CUSOs, which tend to produce better results than wholly owned CUSOs.

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