With just a few weeks left in 2011, it may not be a shocking development that the commercial real estate sector will end the year in a state of stagnation.
About five years ago, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union moved about $180 million into investments paying just over 5%, and locked that money in for five years.
A credit union investment CUSO is positioning its investment options for increased business as it anticipates an early redemption by Western Bridge of more than $4 billion in CDs by Oct. 3.
After posting near-record asset growth in three of the last four years, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, Radcliff, Ky., is now the largest Kentucky-based CU with more than $1 billion in assets, the credit union announced last week.
CUSO makes bid for some of the funds it says will be made available as Western Bridge redeems $4 billion in CDs.
HEIT, the Colorado-based provider of cloud-based infrastructure, compliance and security services to more than 200 credit unions, is being sold to Computer Services Inc. of Paducah, Ky.
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CU goes with exchange approach to auto lending.
We strive to provide all our members with the best possible value proposition. In order to better communicate this value proposition, we had to get creative about how younger members wanted to interact with us. Gen Y members are especially technology driven.