Aaron Passman

Aaron Passman is the editorial director at Callahan & Associates, overseeing the company’s online and print publications. He spent more than a decade as a journalist before joining Callahan, and his extensive experience covering the credit union industry includes serving as a reporter and editor for Credit Union Journal and overseeing its 2020 merger into American Banker. Aaron holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas and lives near Kansas City with his family.

Industry Insights

Impact Strategies From September 2022

A look inside strategies and programs that are helping credit unions of all sizes make a difference in the communities they serve.

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Neobank Growth Slips After 2020 Peak

The number of neobanks launching around the world has fallen significantly, but that doesn’t mean fintech adoption rates are following suit.

Industry Insights

Impact Strategies From August 2022

A look back at recent stories of how credit unions are making a difference in the communities they serve.

Features

Impact Strategies From July 2022

A look back at stories from the last month showcasing how credit unions are making a difference in ways that go way beyond just banking.

Graph Of The Week

Fintech Adoption On The Rise

Consumers are taking to fintech at a rapid pace, according to a recent study, with those age 56 and older representing the fastest-growing user demographic.

Features

Lessons From A Fintech’s First Year

Nearly 12 months after the launch of Dora, a credit union-backed fintech, one executive looks back at lessons learned and what comes next.

Graph Of The Week

Mortgage Originations Rise Gradually Amid Surge In Home Values

First mortgage originations at credit unions have risen substantially in the last decade, a period in which median home values have nearly doubled.

Features

Impact Strategies From June 2022

Think there’s no room for creativity in banking? Think again. These stories from the last month reveal a host of new ways credit unions are finding to serve members and make a difference in their communities.

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Credit Union Revenue Inches Up

Strong loan growth combined with increased investment and fee income helped propel credit union net income during the first quarter.

Features

Increasing Mobility One Loan At A Time

New loan products from DCU and Service Credit Union could help provide a wider range of mobility options for disabled consumers.

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