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Visit Lending to find strategies for product development, operations, and pricing as well as updates on what’s happening in the world of credit union auto lending, mortgage lending, member business lending, niche lending, and more.

By SWBC | Oct. 7, 2019

If your credit union works with a third-party vendor for your collections efforts, you know how important it is to ensure your partners perform at an optimal level. These are the five standard reports that you should expect from your collections partner.

By Blend | Oct. 7, 2019

Today’s lending platforms present the biggest opportunity for banking change since the introduction of the ATM.

By William Hunt | Oct. 4, 2019

Data from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act shows cooperatives do more business in rapport-based loan categories relative to other lenders.

 

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By Erik Payne | Sept. 26, 2019

There was much to see at the financial innovation conference. Here’s what was most relevant to credit unions.

By Samantha Cristobal | Sept. 23, 2019

Loan originations dropped in the first quarter of 2019, but a pickup in activity in the second quarter has started to turn the tide.

By Rebecca Wessler | Sept. 23, 2019

Five can’t-miss data points this week on CreditUnions.com.

By Samantha Cristobal | Sept. 20, 2019

What credit unions need to know about members, lending, asset quality, share balances, and more at second quarter 2019.

By Aman Johal | Sept. 20, 2019

Utah credit unions reported robust annual deposit and loan growth.

By Callahan & Associates, Inc. | Sept. 19, 2019

Join Tim Kolk, president of TRK Advisors, for a discussion about how credit unions can optimize their card portfolios and remain competitive in this continually evolving market.

By CU Student Choice | Sept. 19, 2019

A patchwork of varying requirements is emerging as a growing list of states create their own rules and regulations.