Best Of January 2019

Based on January traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.

Based on January traffic (and our editorial instincts), here are the top articles and blogs that appeared on CreditUnions.com.

No. 10: Automobiles Drive Credit Union Lending

Auto market share and penetration rates increased at U.S. credit unions in the third quarter of 2018 even as indirect lending growth slowed.

No. 9: How To Increase Diversity And Inclusion In Credit Union Land

Thirty-three years after the first Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, discrimination, immigration, and equal pay continue to fuel policies at credit unions, but more can be done.

No. 8: The AACUC’s King Day Message To The Movement

The African-American Credit Union Coalition builds on credit unions’ history of empowering economic equality and inclusion.

No. 7: How To Prioritize Strategy In 2019

A solid strategy helps credit unions make the most difficult of business decisions: Choosing what not to do.

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No. 6: The NCUA’s Taxi Medallion Vendetta Threatens All Credit Unions

The regulator’s war on concentration risk belies the reality that all credit unions have niches and concentrations, and it’s an excuse not to creatively seek workouts in the cooperative spirit.

No. 5: 6 Ways To Attract And Retain Deposits

Two credit unions with double-digit share growth offer insight into how they are attracting, and keeping, money in the cooperative.

No. 4: Tried-And-True Tips To Fight Fraud In 2019

People in the know share what they know as the new year unfolds.

No. 3: How To Reduce Friction In The Member Experience (And Why It Matters)

Members compare their credit union experience against all other service providers, and anything but a seamless experience can have a dramatic impact on the relationship.

No. 2: Lake Trust Powers Up Analytics

The Michigan credit union is democratizing data with an enterprise approach to developing new levels of visualized insight.

No. 1: What’s In A Name: Chief Experience Officer

Stacy Armijo works across her enterprise and the community to amplify member service and brand awareness.

February 4, 2019

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