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CECL’s Threats To Your Business Model: Six Questions To Consider

CECL is a new set of rules that every credit union eventually will have to play by. While it may not be in effect until 2021, many credit unions could find that they need all that time to reposition their business models to prepare for its impact. Keep in mind that the impact being discussed […]

Are Your Predictions Limiting Your Strategic Thinking?

I think there is a world market for maybe five computers. — IBM president Thomas Watson, 1943. Apple is already dead. — Nathan Myhrvold, former CTO of Microsoft, 1997. Neither RedBox nor Netflix are even on the radar screen in terms of competition. It’s more Wal-Mart and Apple. — Blockbuster CEO Jim Keyes, 2008. These […]

Is Your Battlefield Changing Like Blockbuster’s Changed?

In 2004, with $5.9 billion in revenue and 9,000 stores, Blockbuster enjoyed a dominant position in its market.  In the evenings and on weekends, their stores were busy with people eager to review the latest titles and select their entertainment for the evening.  However, by 2013, Blockbuster was down to just 300 stores earning $120 […]

Capital Planning and Stress Testing

As the first round of NCUA supervisory stress tests are being completed, NCUA’s capital planning and stress testing rule for the largest credit unions might have you asking if you should be doing capital planning and stress testing too. Even if you are not a federally insured credit union with assets of $10 billion or […]

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