MADISON, Wis.–A new study from the Filene Research Institute probes ways credit unions can provide young entrepreneurs with assistance in achieving their goals.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.–PSCU is encouraging credit unions to get involved in a twist on the “Bank Transfer Day” movement by “transferring something back into their local communities.”
MADISON, Wis.–CUNA Mutual has compiled much of the content from its virtual Discovery Conference in one location, as has CUToday.info.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.—A new study shows that since 2006 banks have closed more branches than they have opened.
MADISON, WIS. - The peer-to-peer lending market is surging within the broad financial services market. In response, a new report from Filene Research Institute and Credit Union Central of Canada, Peer-to-Peer Lending and the Future of Cooperation, encourages credit unions to develop strategies to embrace, adapt to, or defend against peer-to-peer lending.
ALBANY, N.Y.–A new analysis offers some insights into how women are doing in the financial services industry, while a new book examines “Financial Services Women at the Top.”
PORTLAND, Ore.–You have seven seconds to pass the test—and keep in mind that most people fail.
MUSKEGO, Wis.—When Corporate Central CU talked to its member CUs about their biggest concerns, it wasn’t when rates might rise or margin pressures: it was healthcare costs. In response, it has introduced a health insurance solution it says “bends the cost curve.”
DENVER—While the financials of a merger are critical, credit unions on both sides of the deal should base their decisions as much on people as the numbers, according to one group of merger veterans.
PORTLAND, Ore.–When it comes to extending services to marijuana-related businesses, credit unions here and in Washington State have shown a great deal of interest, even if remaining reluctant to act—with the exception of one pioneering CU