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Newark Board of Education Employees Credit Union Joins cuBIZloan.com

  Newark, NJ and Princeton, NJ – cuBIZloan.com is excited to welcome Newark Board of Education Employees Credit Union (NBEECU) to our commercial and business...

Jax Federal Credit Union Announces Promotion of Joy Bing to Senior Vice President of Consumer Lending and Mortgage

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–June 14, 2022–Jax Federal Credit Union announces the promotion of Joy Bing to Senior Vice President of Lending.  In her new position, Bing guides...

Top 4 Trends Reshaping Consumer Lending

Lenders today must be in-tune with the ever-changing and evolving landscape of the consumer lending environment. Consumers want fast-paced seamless transactions, as well as...

ELGA Credit Union names new Vice President of Consumer Lending

Mallory Hazard takes executive role after 17 years of service to the credit union. BURTON, Mich. –ELGA Credit Union (ELGA CU) has named Mallory Hazard...

Belco Community Credit Union Joins Business Lending Collaboration

Harrisburg, PA and Princeton, NJ– cuBIZloan.com, LLC is excited to announce that Belco Community Credit Union has become our lead credit union lender in...

CU Members Mortgage Launched New Technology Solutions Opportunities for Credit Unions

DALLAS, TX – February 10, 2022 – Credit union mortgage services provider, CU Members Mortgage, a division of Colonial Savings F.A., launched Encompass® by ICE Mortgage Technology,...

Community First Credit Union announces lending team promotions

Community First Credit Union President-CEO Cathie Tierney and Chief Lending Officer Tim Hoff are pleased to announce the following promotions: Mike Vedder has been promoted to Vice...

How CUs Are Using Data to Unlock New Lending Insights

2022 is shaping up to mark a significant shift in how credit unions run their lending operations. In a recent survey of credit union...

COLLECTIONS: You Can Collect From a Turnip

What do you say when the debtor says, “You can’t get blood from a turnip?”  This is the phrase that sometimes stumps both inexperienced...