Credit unions often sabotage their noninterest income potential by undercutting the market or ignoring outside business models.
Pros and cons of serving illegals, Millennials and CUs with high ROAs generates most reader buzz.
Serving immigrant communities matter, and not just in terms of dollars and cents.
Credit unions that act fast can capture new membership thirsty for financial services.
Every organization hoping to increase its reach with the Hispanic market must first understand its target. Five misconceptions held by business leaders today may be hindering progress for businesses, including credit unions, looking to serve Hispanics.
CU Times checks back in with young board members featured in a story nearly two years ago.
Last month, the U.S. Senate introduced an immigration reform bill that proposed a complete overhaul to the country’s immigration system. Although a vote is likely several months away, credit union leaders would do well to begin paying attewwwwntion now as passage of immigration reform will undoubtedly impact them.
Credit unions from the West Coast to the South and the Midwest are waking up to the fact that reaching out to potential Hispanic members is an important part insuring a growth for the industry.
Coopera will help the credit unions identify outreach opportunities and create affordable banking alternatives for Hispanic members.
LAS VEGAS — The stated theme of this year’s California/Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ annual meeting was “right here, right now”—but the sense in the halls of the Mirage where the event was held was more poignant. That sense was simply that the credit unions in these two states, both devastated...