Not all mortgage-related assets are created equal. Therefore, using a one-size-fits-all approach in establishing concentration risk limits can lead to missed opportunities or a false sense of security. Concentration risk policies are intended to reduce the impact a risk event could have on a credit union’s balance sheet, financial structure, and/or business model. The NCUA […]
The true consequences of the Equifax breach will remain unknown for quite some time to come. During our recent strategic planning sessions, the business impact of this breach has been a high priority for management teams. They are discussing various issues, such as: Should we change our account opening process? If yes, How should we […]
It’s not too soon to start thinking about the possible strategic implications of driverless cars and driverless car technology on the financial services industry. Billions of dollars are being invested by numerous companies and sectors to propel the use of driverless technology. The impacts can be far reaching. To leverage possible opportunities requires advanced critical […]
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Performing what-if analysis is an integral part of both the A/LM and budget processes. When used correctly, what-if analysis is a powerful way for decision-makers to understand the impact of items under consideration in real-time. The challenge is that often people dive right into modeling and results, producing a less than optimal process. Consider applying […]