As the nation slowly thaws out after brutally cold weather, credit unions may continue to see a bit of a freeze when it comes to deposit growth this year.
As the day approached when the Federal Reserve was poised to raise or lower certain key rates, investors were likely wondering whether they would get the chance to bump up their savings.
These life stage-appropriate programs target their demographic with incentives, from treasure chest prizes to loan discounts to local merchant coupons.
Deciding whether to have a tummy tuck or not would most likely not be on the list of priorities for most consumers given the economic doldrums of the last few years.
Credit unions could use a refresher course in the often-neglected area of online marketing and advertising content compliance. That’s the message from Kyle Woodmansee, the compliance specialist for Des Moines, Iowa-based consulting firm PolicyWorks, who will present an hour-long webinar, “Three Commonly Overlooked Website Compliance Issues,” on Jan. 26.
McGraw-Hill FCU goes after banks by name.
Sallie Mae made a shift last year when it introduced a high-yield, online savings account and online certificates of deposit.
Sallie Mae announced that it will begin offering no-fee student checking accounts into which colleges and universities can directly disburse financial aid and tuition refunds owed to students.
Reality Check was the aptly chosen name for the New Jersey Credit Union League’s one and one-half day Atlantic City conference. Over the densely packed schedule of deep-dive presentations on topics of current interest to credit union executives, the several hundred attendees heard over and over two stark realities.
The Wisconsin Credit Union League is touting a report from National Credit Union Foundation's Real Solutions program about the amount of money the state's credit unions saved their members in 2010.