Breathe Life into Your Investment Portfolio


By Tom Telford

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Credit Unions will continue being forced to become more creative for the foreseeable future as the interest rate environment and low loan volume continues to impede margins and growth. Current investment assets are one area that Credit Unions are beginning to examine more closely. For most organizations, asset balances are growing while yield performance is in decline. Many Credit Unions don’t have the time or expertise to manage these assets so that they perform in a way that positively impacts their bottom line.

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