Based on April traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.
No. 10: To Meet Long-Term Goals, 2 Credit Unions Go Short
How a flat yield curve and a 2-year-old regulation are pushing two credit unions toward more conservative investment portfolios.
No. 9: Keep The Card. Ditch The Contact.
The next big thing in wave-and-pay is here, and credit union adoption is surging as major issuers deploy the NFC plastic.
No. 8: 6 Metrics That Showcase The Power Of Benchmarking
Savvy credit unions benchmark their performance against similar institutions to establish more meaningful goals and performance evaluations.
No. 7: Balance Sheet Basics In A Changing Economy
What credit unions should be thinking about now to prepare the organization for the end of 2019 and beyond.
No. 6: The New Way To Pay: Mobile Wallets And The Path To Credit Union Adoption
Processors do the back-end lift while credit unions focus on meeting a growing demand.
No. 5: Data Takes Flight At Wings Financial
The Minnesota credit union is mining data and using analytics to broaden, and deepen, the member experience.
No. 4: What’s In A Name: Chief Deposit Services Officer
Georgia United Credit Union puts an executive’s title to its goal of driving deposits to meet loan demand.
No. 3: A Strategy To Achieve Double-Digit Credit Card Growth
Suncoast Credit Union sparks a cards surge with an automatic, opt-out approach.
No. 2: A New CEO, A New Vision For A New York Credit Union
When Ty Muse became the CEO of Visions FCU in 2013, he brought new ideas and a new leadership style to the Empire State cooperative.
No. 1: A Zest For Zelle Drives Early Adoption At 2 Credit Unions
Members at UWCU and First Tech are digging the digital disbursements available through the big banks’ P2P play.