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January 16, 2019

Deposit Disruption, 2019 Edition

The following blog post was written by c. myers and originally published by CUES on January 2, 2019. How will you respond? Imagine a world where member deposits are harder and harder to come by—a world in which slow leaks in the potential deposit pool have become a steady drain. As you imagine that world, the time […]

January 9, 2019

C. myers’ CUES Webinar Excerpt – Profitability by Category in Changing Rate Environments

This excerpt from our recent CUES webinar demonstrates how to look at Profitability by Loan Category from a bottom-line perspective.  In less than 5 minutes, we walk through some clear examples of what could happen to loan profitability as market interest rates change. To view the entire 1-hour CUES webinar, titled Advance Management of Your […]

December 19, 2018

All I Want for Christmas is AI

Written by David Loftus. A few weeks back, I asked my seven year old daughter what she wanted for Christmas.  Her reply, an Alexa.  My first thought was that she seems a little young so I thought I would ask a few questions.  “Why do you want an Alexa?” I asked.  “Because she does what […]

December 12, 2018

Three Financial Tests Credit Unions Are Running Today

The following blog post was written by c. myers and originally published by CUES on December 3, 2018. One of the advantages of running thousands of what-ifs for hundreds of credit unions each year is that it provides a window into what is on the minds of credit union executives.  The what-if scenarios that are being requested […]

December 5, 2018

Is Your Strategic Plan Missing a Vital Piece?

A strategic plan is created to articulate a vision and unite an organization in realizing its exciting future.  Strategic plans are designed to better the business, so there is typically an underlying belief that the plan will result in financial viability, but while strategic plans commonly look 5 years into the future, 5-year financial plans […]

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