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Articles by Patrick Totty
ALM Helps CUs Tough It Out
ALM involves constant planning for possible future scenarios.
Leave No Risk Unchecked
CUs are in the business of managing risk. Whether dealing with lending, investments, or liquidity, managing risk requires a careful and calculated approach.
CUs Face Compliance Tidal Wave
Compliance requirements will cost U.S. financial institutions $30 billion through 2012.
Build a Solid Mortgage Foundation
Vendors see mortgage opportunities for CUs--ones the big banks and mortgage brokers let slip away.
Boomers Look for Advisers
Failing to capture baby boomers' retirement assets could deal a big blow to CUs.
Be a Master of Disaster Planning
The term "business continuity" equates to "disaster avoidance."
Raise Gift Cards Above the Clutter
Promote gift cards to SEGs to use as bonuses or spot awards.
Gift Cards Go Mainstream
CUs cash in on gift cards by using offerings and insights from CU-oriented vendors.
ALM Goes to the Front of the Line
For most credit unions, asset/liability management (ALM) has been a “get in line” topic: Get in line behind security, marketing, loan origination and tracking, member relationships, and a host of other pressing matters.
Credit Cards: Keep a Lid on Losses
Pay attention to your products, the market, and regulations to maintain high credit quality.
Credit union service organizations provide access to technology and expertise that most credit unions can’t aﬀord.
What’s Next for Branches?
Find the right blend of people, processes, and technology that will advance your vision and mission.
Win With Coaching
A coaching culture that taps into staﬀ’s desire to learn and grow can provide an atmosphere of continuous improvement.
CUNA backs CECL changes, asks FASB to keep eye on future relief
Compliance: BCFP updates FCRA model disclosures
9 top compliance issues
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