See how credit unions stacked up in terms of members and assets in 1990 vs. today.
By Michael Muckian|July 14, 2015 at 08:00 AM
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Growth can be easily identified providing the parameters of measurement are clear. But growth within the credit union movement is measured in service, and when it comes to the number of credit unions providing that service compared to the number of members served, less is definitely more.
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