This month in Credit Union Magazine
The executive compensation marketplace.
The Executive Compensation Marketplace
Getting compensation numbers right makes executives feel valued and motivated. But credit unions must strike a balance between rewarding production and encouraging loyalty without skewing priorities or eroding culture. Tailor packages to appeal to candidates while furthering the organization’s mission.
3 Ways to Maximize Your Investment Portfolio
Even in today’s healthy economy, credit unions should regularly revisit their investment strategy and make changes as needed. Rely on written policies, diversification, and a focus on liquidity to get the most from these investments.
Banking On the Internet of Things
The rise of internet-connected appliances and other consumer items creates new opportunities and risks. Credit unions must strive to offer members the convenience of platforms such as voice activated banking while mitigating the inherent security risks.
Keep your employees engaged through a series of periodic conversations.
Regulatory relief depends on working together to make our voices heard.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan’s inflation fears are unwarranted.
ADVANCING THE VISION
A technology executive at a Wisconsin credit union starts a kids camp to promote cybersecurity and online safety.
FinCEN advises on shell companies’ role in real estate money laundering schemes.
PREPARE FOR PREPAID CARD RULES
The CFPB will enforce ‘comprehensive protections,’ account submission requirements.
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Coastal Federal Credit Union celebrates members’ successes through its ‘50 Years of Sharing’ microsite.
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Insurance services protect members and generate noninterest income.
A Panamanian delegation visits peers in South Korea through the World Council’s International Training Program.
Collaboration breeds success, says CUNA Compliance Champion Matt Bailey of Linn Area Credit Union.