Credit unions know they must get younger. Decreasing the average age of your membership is a strategic goal for many credit unions. There are several initiatives, such as Currency Marketing’s Young and Free, that are having a great deal of success. The Filene Institute also has given many ideas for...
When the crowd in a stadium packed with 90,000 fans begins to scream, it’s hard to distinguish individual voices or spot someone in the stands.
You could say Brett Wooden, business development manager at Unitus Community Credit Union, jump-started a credit union iPad movement–and he’d be thrilled.
If I were head of marketing at a credit union, “Purveyors of the American Dream” would be the institution’s tagline. It’s simple. It conveys what the financial institution can do for its members.
A new series from the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance addresses the role of boards of directors at credit unions and banks.
A recent report suggests that branch visits may still be an underleveraged asset.
For a little over a year a revolution has been slowly building in Lowell, Mass. and Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union is at the center of it.
If credit unions stick to what they know when it comes to pricing for vehicle lending, it could pay off in the long run in building return and profits.
A program developed by the Filene Institute's i3 initiative has won a $300,000 grant from the Center for Financial Services Innovation to roll out a program that will reward CU members who have low FICO scores for making loan payments on time.
If considered only in a glance, credit union card programs seem extrem