BY THOMAS GRISWOLD | CUNA CFO COUNCIL | AUGUST 21, 2017 Between ongoing responsibilities and increasing regulatory rules, credit union CFOs and financial managers are busier than ever. For most, the best way to keep up is to prioritize projects and
BY THOMAS GRISWOLD | CU BUSINESS | AUGUST 13, 2017 Does your credit union consider capital stress testing as a “might consider” rather than a “must do”? That line of thinking could be undermining your CU’s success. Discover why such
BY BRANDON PELLETIER | CREDIT UNION JOURNAL | AUGUST 8, 2017. Reaching $10 billion in assets is a significant mark of a credit union’s growth and progress, but it also causes headaches.
BY STACEY WILKERSON | CUNA COUNCILS | JULY 31, 2017 Credit unions, in common with for-profit financial institutions, are required to balance dual capital mandates. Therefore, they must pay close attention to capital allocations. READ MORE
BY STACEY WILKERSON | CU BUSINESS | JULY 14, 2017 What is the most efficient way to utilize your credit union’s capital? CUB’s Currency expert examines the question from a mathematical perspective to get to its root. Read on to
BY HAFIZAN HAMZAH | CUNA COUNCILS | JULY 10, 2017 Book Yield or Total Return? Frequently, members of the banking industry discuss whether book yield or total return is a more accurate measure of fixed-income performance. Book yield, sometimes called
BY HAFIZAN HAMZAH | CUNA COUNCILS | JUNE 5, 2017 We’ve heard it’s beneficial to increase the frequency of monitoring and assessing risk, but what are the advantages? There are five categories of macro factor risks that can affect fixed
BY EMILY HOLLIS & ALEC HOLLIS | BANKERS DIGEST | JUNE 5, 2017
BY HAFIZAN HAMZAH | CREDIT UNION BUSINESS | MAY 2017 Five categories of macro factor risks that could be impacting your fixed income portfolios. READ MORE
BY EMILY HOLLIS AND ALEC HOLLIS | BANKERS DIGEST | MAY 22, 2017  
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