In 2021, the NCUA chartered four new credit unions, more than the previous three years combined. Emily Claus ponders if this is simply a one-off or a signal of changing times for de novo credit unions and the credit union chartering process.
Chip Filson discusses the student-run credit union boom of the 1980s and the excitement, inspiration, and drive that went along with it, begging the question: where did that entrepreneurial spirit go?
Continuing her series on effective leadership, Alycia Meyers covers conflict in the workplace and how contrary to popular belief, it can be a great thing for your organization—when managed correctly.
Chip Filson contemplates the old Morris Plan Bank model, its history, its eventual downfall, and why credit unions purchasing banks might be following in its flawed footsteps.
Chip Filson compares the NCUSIF’s projected net operating loss against the actual data and discusses potential ramifications for the variance in these numbers.
Linda Stearns reflects on the shift to contactless payments and digital wallets over the last couple years and how this will affect payments going forward.