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ARTICLES BY Jay Johnson

By Jay Johnson | March 2, 2017

Talk about action on technology, analytics, touchpoints, and the personal touch highlight the credit union industry’s largest gathering.

By Jay Johnson | Feb. 6, 2017

Considerations to help any credit union assess its ALM policies, procedures, and management practices.

By Jay Johnson | Jan. 23, 2017

The need for credit unions has perhaps never been greater for the average American household.

By Jay Johnson | Dec. 1, 2016

With a more favorable environment, credit unions are poised to make an even greater impact in the coming year.

By Jay Johnson | Oct. 24, 2016

Determining how to devote limited resources to new opportunities is a challenge, but investing in new ways to deliver value is essential to remain relevant to members.

By Jay Johnson | July 4, 2016

Credit unions’ overarching focus on creating and delivering value to members provides a solid foundation for steady performance while markets whipsaw in the face of uncertainties.

By Jay Johnson | April 30, 2016

Credit unions are operating from a position of strength; now, credit union leaders want to leverage that strength to have a greater impact on their members and communities in the area of financial health.

By Jay Johnson | April 13, 2016

NACUSO conference points up innovative opportunities, regulatory challenges for collaborative entrepreneurship in the credit union model.

By Jay Johnson | Jan. 4, 2016

Now’s the time to double down on the credit union difference and spread financial wealth and wellness.

By Jay Johnson | Dec. 31, 2015

Good cooperative leaders aren’t just thinking about their financial performance in the next quarter or even the next 40 beyond that. Rather, they are expanding their focus to embrace external opportunities and new supporting roles within the community.