Staring down shrinking margins and the confusing moniker “credit union,” some have gotten creative with their fields of membership.
Doubt has been swirling around the potential widespread use of near field communication, or NFC, a technology that links consumers’ mobile phones to merchants’ point-of-sale terminals, enabling instant mobile payments. Apple released the iPhone 5 without an NFC chip, leaving millions of consumers out of the NFC equation.
You have probably been seeing the term big data popping up in many places. It has entered the business vernacular.
Unless the Milwaukee Brewers come calling for him to play as shortstop, Patrick Basler, president/CEO of Chicago-based First Financial Credit Union has found his niche by helping consumers change their perceptions of credit unions.
Patrick Basler, president/CEO of Chicago-based First Financial Credit Union, has found his niche by helping consumers change their perceptions of credit unions.
Big Data has entered the business vernacular. Credit union managers need to know what it means and what it can do.
Pictures and plaudits for people living out the credit union motto in their communities.
After many years as the ugly ducklings of the credit union industry, lower income credit union members are poised to become a good deal more like swans in 2013.
A much anticipated gift arrived during the holidays when third quarter data showed credit unions posted their strongest loan performance in history.