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
ST. LOUIS – Margin compression. Feeling “besieged” by competition. Overwhelming regulatory burdens. It sounds like a list of concerns from credit unions, but in this case it reflects the primary issues raised by community banks in a new survey.
ORLANDO, Fla.–How does a credit union interact with all those members who never come into a branch?
MADISON, Wis.–A new analysis is going to “WAR” to better understand the specific drivers behind members’ loan decisions, both at their credit union and from competitors.
WASHINGTON–A Russian national has admitted his role in a worldwide hacking and data breach scheme that targeted major corporate networks, compromised more than 160-million credit card numbers and resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in losses – the largest such scheme ever prosecuted in the United States, according to the Justice Department.
WASHINGTON–If they haven’t received them already, many credit unions across the country will soon be receiving invitations from the FBI–but for a good reason.
WASHINGTON—Credit unions can’t get enough of talking about Millennials, but one group has had its fill: Millennials themselves.
CENTRAL COAST, Calif.--The recent 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and its devastating effect on New Orleans and the Gulf Coast brought forth many recollections from those who were there. But it also has brought forth a recollections, as well, from two people who travelled to areas where they could provide help.