FREE MEMBER BENEFIT ANNOUNCED
updated 06/19/13 09:22 AM
'Rate Map' Compares Rates
The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues added a new membership benefit to its roster—RateMap, a unique mapping tool that lets member credit unions monitor, compare, and analyze key deposit and loan interest rates locally, throughout the state, and across the country.
In collaboration with League InfoSight and RateWatch, RateMap provides access to more than 90,000 branches nationwide for commonly offered deposit products and loan rates of more than 40,000 branches. Users can search rates by address, zip code, city, or state, and can further narrow their search results by institution type (credit union, bank, and Internet bank), product type, and rate.
Additional competitive data is also available, including website, number of branches, and customer/member reviews from sites such as Yelp.
Deposit rates and loan rates are updated weekly and monthly, respectively, to further assist member credit unions with their competitive analysis strategies, compare their rates with competitors, and pinpoint new market opportunities to help advance their revenue and profit goals.
Not signed up for InfoSight?
California credit unions can click here to request access.
Nevada credit unions can click here.
(Once you are approved, you will be able to use your login to access RateMap)
GAIN EXPERIENCE ON LEAGUE COMMITTEE updated
09/15/14 01:21 PM
Submit Committee Interest Questionnaire
Are you interested in serving a one-year appointment on a California Credit Union League committee?
LEAGUE ADVOCACY BLOG GAINS TRACTION updated
09/12/14 04:13 PM
Sign Up for Alerts
The new Advocacy Blog launched by the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues in August is gaining steam as more credit union advocacy professionals and others in the industry continue signing up to receive e-mail alerts on important state and federal updates.
FOCUSED ON 'ONE TO ONE' RELATIONSHIP updated
09/12/14 02:01 PM
Printing Industries CU
Susan Conjurski’s biggest hurdle is making sure her credit union keeps a competitive edge with larger financial institutions—a task that’s “quite a challenge,” she says.
PENALTY POLICY: SMALL VS LARGE CUs updated
09/11/14 06:50 AM
Federal Reserve’s Impact
The Federal Reserve’s ultra-low interest rate policy created the desired impact when it was instituted in 2008. Short-term funding costs plunged for financial institutions, allowing them to cheaply fund higher-yielding assets and restore capital.