The recent Bank Transfer Day was a watershed moment for the credit union industry. While some observers might attribute it to serendipity, it was no overnight success story.
It started simply enough. Bank of America announced, and later reversed, a decision to charge debit card users a $5 fee.
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Blame it on the survey and those who responded to it. That’s CUNA’s explanation of why its original estimate that credit unions had a net increase of 650,000 members in October was off by about 400,000.
A couple nights ago I talked to my husband on my personal cell phone about what we were planning for dinner while responding to a work email on my other phone. Do I really need to reply to marketing tonight while discussing hot dogs and carrot sticks? Then I rationalize,...
Mortgage, auto and consumer loans were up at Bethpage Federal Credit Union in October.
CUNA did well to get ahead of Bank Transfer Day numbers gaffe, and there's more to be learned from that.
ABA economist says he's not surprised.