Graph Of The Week

A picture is worth 1,000 words. You have to see it to believe it. Numbers don’t lie. If you’re tired of these worn-out cliches and are looking for data with some original thought behind it, then check out the CreditUnions.com Graphic Of The Week, compliments of Callahan industry analysts.

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Financial Literacy Offerings Drive Down Credit Union Delinquency Rates

For institutions with $100 million or more in assets, educational offerings are often a key factor when it comes to preventing late loan payments.

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GRAPH OF THE WEEK: Subordinated Debt Levels Surge

U.S. Treasury investment and updated rules from the National Credit Union Administration have resulted in a massive jump in the number of credit unions issuing subordinated debt and the overall dollar amount.

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GRAPH OF THE WEEK: CUSO Investments Keep Climbing

Credit unions have seen an almost 8% rise in loans and investments to credit union service organizations since the start of the pandemic.

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GRAPH OF THE WEEK: Low-Income Credit Unions Feel The Pinch As Fee Income Falls

Institutions designated to serve low-income memberships – shops that may be more reliant on fee revenue than others – are seeing those funds fall at a faster rate than non-LICUs.

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Mortgage Slowdown Cuts Origination Fees In Half

Income from mortgage originations and servicing were down from one year ago following slowdowns in sales and refinancing.

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Credit Card Delinquency Rates Inching Back Up

After a decline in consumer spending during the pandemic, the end of government relief programs has contributed to an increase in credit card usage – and a rise in delinquencies.

Loan Purchases And Participations In 2020

Loan purchases and participations reached record levels at U.S. credit unions. Some credit unions sold loans to generate revenue or reduce risk; others purchased loans to boost ratios or yields. Learn more about what happened throughout the industry.

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NCUA Grant Funding In 2020

302 credit unions received $4.7 million in grant funding from the NCUA’s Community Development Revolving Loan Fund in 2020. Take a closer look at where that money went.

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A Year In Review: Social & Search

The worlds of social media and search are ever-changing. Below, we’ve highlighted some of the most groundbreaking updates from 2019 that may impact your credit union’s 2020 strategy.

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