Best Of November 2019

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

 
 

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

No. 10: Level Up: How Career Pathing And In-Branch Training Create Better Retention

MSUFCU’s approach to front-line employee development has helped it halve the national turnover rate.

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No. 9: 8 Avenues To Avoid A Fair Lending Exam

Three credit union leaders talk about tactics to keep lending in line with federal regulations.

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No. 8: A Credit Union Home For Habitat Homebuilding

A South Carolina credit union expands its relationship with Habitat for Humanity and plants a stake in community service.

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No. 7: 10 Reasons To Give Thanks For The Credit Union Movement

Before they were hashtags, the concepts of #payitforward and #GivingTuesday were entrenched in the ethos of the industry.

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No. 6: How To Make A New HQ Make A Difference

A prime location and tax incentives helped Ascentra Credit Union place a new headquarters building at the heart of downtown and underscore its vital role in the community.

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No. 5: Leaders Credit Union Invested In Video. Learn What Happened Next.

The Volunteer State credit union produces professional video on a budget and shares how any credit union can do so, too.

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No. 4: How Martin Eakes Became The Most Hated Man In America (By Payday Lenders)

The CEO of the Self-Help credit unions uses secondary capital to fight predatory lending and protect financially vulnerable consumers.

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No. 3: Lake Trust Builds Big Dreams With Microloans

The Michigan credit union relies on experience and commitment to help small- business owners achieve their dreams.

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No. 2: 3 Takeaways from Trendwatch 3Q 2019

The loan-to-share ratio falls, and other can’t-miss insights from Callahan’s quarterly webinar.

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No. 1: What Is The State Of Secondary Capital At U.S. Credit Unions?

Interest in secondary capital is growing, and new strategies, larger loans, and precedent-setting decisions by the NCUA could dramatically change the way credit unions deploy it.

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