Economists, futurist to take the podiums for newly merged corporates 34th annual forum.
Newly merged corporate planning economic forum in Atlanta.
SAN FRANCISCO — The sluggish recovery is creating a difficult climate for credit unions for the foreseeable future, economists tell NAFCU attendees.
The latest forecasts for new auto loan originations at credit unions appear to be positive but with some caveats.
Paul Parrish, executive vice president and chief financial officer for Nevada Federal Credit Union, has joined the Credit Union Economics Group.
ARLINGTON, Va. -- There won't be a double dip recession but the short term outlook is for modest growth, the top economists of CUNA and NAFCU said last night.
NAFCU has promoted four of its key executives to vice president, the association announced today.
The stark words jumped off the page of the report. "Consumer inflation rose 0.5% in December, the highest monthly gain since June 2009," according to an advisory prepared by Brian Turner of Southwest Corporate Investment Services in Plano, Texas.
The top economists of CUNA and NAFCU will get out their crystal balls as they discuss the state of the economy and its impact on credit unions at the Feb. 7 meeting of the Metropolitan Area Credit Union Management Association.
Credit unions will need to focus on finding new members and improving their loan penetration to compensate for a long-term drought in loan demand, leading CU economists said.