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Mobile Banking And Strategic Resource Allocation

The Credit Union Times recently released an article titled Mobile Banking Report: Credit Unions Lagging Banks.  In the article, Mary Monahan of Javelin Strategy & Research cautions that institutions that lack mobile banking risk losing valuable customers to those that offer it.  She enforces that many credit unions still do not offer mobile banking apps […]

6 Keys To Credit Union Success

Over the past 20 years, c. myers has worked with many credit unions of varying sizes, and during that time, we have watched credit unions thrive based on a few key factors.  Below is a quick list of observations we call the 6 Keys to Credit Union Success: 1. Strategic Clarity: Successful credit unions know: […]

Sources of Revenue…Something to Consider

Many credit unions are examining their business models and dissecting their membership in several ways. One example is by age group. The objective is to understand where business is coming from to help ascertain the age groups that contribute the most to the cooperative. Often the focus is on loans and deposits. However, a key […]

Farewell To Borders: No Business Is Immune

No business is immune to the pressures of external forces and changing consumer behaviors.  At the end of July, after being in business for over 40 years, Borders notified its 1.6M rewards customers that it would be closing its doors for good. According to Borders’ 2010 annual report, the company had: 642 stores 16,400 employees […]

Planning For PLL

Given the economic experience of the past couple of years, many credit unions were forced to beef up their loan loss reserves.  Now, as things appear to be getting better, we are seeing that some credit unions feel they are “overfunded” and are not adding to their reserves.  While this may provide some temporary relief […]

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