Forget that jobless claims were revised upward, even higher than initial projections. The New Year is a time for optimism. As California CU League Economist Dwight Johnston wrote in his commentary in the Trust for Credit Unions e-newsletter, “This was the fifth year in a row of triple-digit gains on...
Last year was not the most glowing year for student loans, reputation-wise. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s release of numerous negative comments from the public on their experiences as private student loan borrowers, comparisons of student loans to the burst mortgage bubble and the fact that national student loan debt...
With a combination of used vehicles reaching their maturity mark for some car drivers and record financials from manufacturers that have emerged from a dismal scene, 2013 may shape up to be a solid year for auto lending growth.
Resolution for 2013: Put some energy into political activity, regardless of which side of an issue you're on.
White paper says TransUnion finds delinquency rate at 5.33% for all private student loans; Callahan says rate is 1.45% at credit unions.
Signs point to solid year for auto lending growth in the year ahead, driven by used vehicles aging out and automaker financials.
Debt collection generates highest rate of disputes, report released Thursday adds.
Lateness, card debt, up a bit nationwide.
Ondine Irving adds scoring card portfolios, risk management to card school curriculum.
Here's an audio-visual roundup of some of the best speakers and ideas shared at the CU Water Cooler Symposium held Oct. 4-5 in Nashville, Tenn.