CUES News Archives

Saying ‘open sesame’ to open banking

Saying ‘open sesame’ to open banking

The spring buds of open banking first emerged half a dozen years ago when Europe adopted a new directive for the financial sector that included making payments safer and more secure for consumers while bolstering [...]

Successfully building the confidence to grow a career

Successfully building the confidence to grow a career

On Jan. 1, I stepped up into the newly created role of executive vice president at my organization, $158 million Campco Credit Union, Gillette, Wyoming, which is now celebrating its 50th anniversary serving members. Starting [...]

Expansion of CUSO powers poised for positive impact

Expansion of CUSO powers poised for positive impact

At its January meeting, the National Credit Union Administration Board approved a proposed rule with a 30-day comment period that would allow credit union service organizations the authority to work with credit unions to originate [...]

ALM rebalancing act

ALM rebalancing act

Credit unions are moving through 2021 with skewed balance sheets, asset/liability mismatches and pinched net worth after the turbulent and disruptive but survivable hurricane called 2020. The experience varied from CU to CU, from [...]

Measure twice, convert (your core) once

Measure twice, convert (your core) once

Undertaking a core conversion is no small task, and it’s a decision no credit union takes lightly. When reading about the process and talking to peers who have lived it firsthand, it quickly becomes [...]

Data analytics: More than just numbers

Data analytics: More than just numbers

As more credit unions firm up their data analytic foundations, excitement over early wins may fuel speculation about what else is possible on the business intelligence front. What other organizational issues can be identified and [...]