Improved data analysis and dealer relationships give a better view of auto loans since 2012.
Auto loans are a flagship product for credit unions, and their success depends on their technology's consumer-friendliness.
Credit unions gain a greater share of the auto loan market since the recession by improving data analysis and relationships with dealers.
Radio and TV commercials make car loans seem easy to obtain, but CUs can do a better job of making them affordable.
Credit unions should tap into existing business relationships to drive, grow and nurture opportunities and influence.
U.S. adults ages 30 through 74 may prefer retirement planning to travel budgeting, according to a survey by Lincoln Financial.
Credit unions representing one-quarter of the nation’s members would be affected by the proposed rule change.
A new government report shows credit unions gained a slight share in the consumer lending market.
Millennials are less likely to move where their neighbors don’t share their political views.
Workers saving for retirement are increasingly willing to turn the investment selection process over to someone else to manage.