This month, CUNA News highlights what 2022 holds for the credit union movement, the financial services industry, and the economy. Our experts will share their insights into lending, income, cryptocurrency, financial well-being, and more.
Help us examine the future of credit unions, and then follow the industry’s strides throughout 2022. If you have a projection for where the market or industry is going, use the form on this page to tell us what you envision for the coming year and beyond.
Forging a path: What's in store for 2022?
Credit union professionals examine expected opportunities, challenges ahead.
Looking ahead is key to success
Success requires leadership and people skills, says David Murphy.
Replacing noninterest income
Use long-term planning to find ways to create new revenue streams.
A month-by-month look at 2022
Like a deviant version of ‘The Old Farmer’s Almanac,’ let’s see what the year has in store.
PODCAST: Opportunities abound in 2022
David Murphy sees 2022 as a chance to improve service to members.
Countering payday lenders to protect the community
Loan products meet community needs and allow Afena FCU to thrive, says CEO Karen Madry.
5 key themes driving balance sheets
Expect a ‘normalizing’ operating environment in 2022, CUNA economists say.
Tackling 2022 requires nimble teamwork
Make fintech partnerships a priority, advises Randy Stolp.
PODCAST: Advocacy in 2022
CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan prepares for a ‘new world’ of advocacy.
Median household income falls 2.9% in 2020
U.S. sees first significant decrease since 2011.
2022 economic forecast: 3 factors to consider
Public health challenges will ease but uncertainty persists.
‘Compelling story’ will reinforce relevance
‘The Enterprise’ combines the power of credit unions and CUSOs to create new ways to serve members.
The state of auto lending
While supply chain struggles and online competitors stalled auto lending in 2021, conditions are right for a rebound.
NCUA extends COVID-19 relief measures through 2022
Temporary modifications will remain effective until Dec. 31, 2022.
Digital currencies, assets need regulation, oversight
CUNA fears cryptocurrency is creating an unregulated financial sector.
Lending eight ball reveals all
‘What does the future hold for lending?’ Reply hazy; try again.