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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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