The latest from John Pettit

- by Peter Strozniak, CU Times

Lawsuit filed after CEO’s death

Three hours after County Educators Federal Credit Union President/CEO Glenn South died at a New York City hospital on March 30, 2017, someone allegedly deleted documents from the executive’...

- by Christian Widhalm, SVP of Lender Partnerships, LendKey, NAFCU Services Blog

More than half of student loan borrowers see the ROI

Student loan debt continues to trend upward and remains prominent in the news. LendKey has performed research to assess how borrowers felt about their college choices when considering their ability ...

- by Traci Mottweiler, Allied Solutions

3 tactics to fuel growth & decrease loan-to-deposit ratios

Has your organization seen decreased lending opportunities or have you had to downsize profitable lending programs as a result of your loan-to-deposit ratio? Have you had to borrow money from ...

- by Elizabeth Stevens, SWBC LenderHub

Millennials and mortgages

In February 2019, Realtor.com released their 2018 Generational Propensity Report which outlined homebuying trends based on generational groups. Here are the biggest takeaways: Millennials passed Generation X as the ...

- by B. Dan Berger, Berger Leadership Blog

Identify and overcome procrastination tendencies

Procrastination is something we’re all guilty of. There are only so many hours in a day to get things done, and it’s easy to push things ...

- by CUNA News

CECL delay to 2023 proposed, comments due Sept. 16

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has issued its proposal on giving certain entities, including credit unions, additional time to implement the current expected credit loss (CECL) standard. The proposal ...

- by NAFCU Newsroom

NY Fed: Household debt exceeds peak reached in 2008

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York this week released second quarter data on household debt and credit that showed total household debt reached a new high of $13.86 ...