Credit Unions: How to start and
The arguments that credits unions are infringing on traditional banking functions is clearly spurious. Credit unions pioneered the provision of consumer financial services, a field banks avoided before computers were introduced in the fifties. The Credit Union examines what function credit unions should perform in the emerging consumer financial marketplace. It explains the inevitable problem the savings and loans encountered and why banks might want to re-examine their current enthusiasm for consumer banking.
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This book was written for all credit union professionals. Many credit union
professionals have found this book to be helpful. It was written to provide the reader
with both theoretical and practical approaches to leading and managing credit unions.
Organizations from across the nation have purchased the book for both their volunteers and
paid professional staffs.
The author, Wendell Fountain, 1998
Callahan's Credit Union Directory is your one-stop resource for all your credit union
information needs. The bulk of the Directory is in the State Listings containing contact
information and basic financial data (assets, loans, investments, capital, members and
share growth) for all credit unions in the country. Other sections include national
rankings, state tables, contact listings for organizations affiliated with credit unions
and a buyer's guide.
The publisher, chip filson, 1999
A one stop annual report on the US credit union movement. This annual publication is a complete listing of every credit union in the US plus analysis of key trends and market leaders. Cooperation is the key to credit union success and this guide lists the names, phone numbers, faxes and URL's for all of the senior managers. In addition to the book, all purchasers receive monthly email updates of major changes in listings. Callahans Directory is the first and most complete description of the credit union system. The firm is a pioneer in publishing.
The growth in importance and size of the credit union industry propels the need for new theories and directives for credit union investment. Credit Union Investment Management outlines methods by which executives can achieve investment objectives and maximize return on invested capital while measuring and minimizing risks that must be incurred. Subjects addressed in Credit Union Investment Management include: Features of investment vehicles; Yield measures and their limitations; Total return analysis and stress testing.
Credit Union Movement:
Origins and Development 1850 to 1980
People Not Profit:
The Story of the Credit Union Movement
At the roots of the credit union movement are not related to the movement as it operates today, it becomes important to define just how that movement fits in with society. The arguments that credits unions are infringing on traditional banking functions is clearly spurious. Credit unions pioneered the provision of consumer financial services, a field banks avoided before computers were introduced in the fifties. The Credit Union examines what function credit unions should perform in the emerging consumer financial marketplace. It explains the inevitable problem the savings and loans encountered and why banks might want to re-examine their current enthusiasm for consumer banking.
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Challenges in Credit Union Research and Modeling
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