Need Loans? New Proven Lending Strategies

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This piece is based off of a roundtable discussion at the CU 2.0 Brainstorm Event in January 2022. It’s not intended to be comprehensive—rather, it will provide a quick look at emerging trends in fintech lending strategies for credit unions. Loans are the backbone of credit union income, yet fintech and neobank competitors are doing […]

AI Case Study: QCash

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This is an excerpt from FinAncIal: Helping Financial Executives Prepare for an Artificial World. Grab your copy here! This case study covers the leading player in AI-based small-dollar lending for credit unions, QCash. Stay tuned to the CU 2.0 blog while we feature more excerpts from our financial guide to AI! Purveyors of short‑term credit and small‑dollar […]

AI Case Study: Grain Technologies

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This is an excerpt from FinAncIal: Helping Financial Executives Prepare for an Artificial World. Grab your copy here!  This particular case study was cut for space from the book. However, the book features more than a dozen explorations of AI-based fintechs. Stay tuned to the CU 2.0 blog while we feature more excerpts from our financial guide to AI! 

Innovative Credit Unions Transforming Renovation Lending with RenoFi

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Philadelphia, PA (January 28th, 2021) – RenoFi (www.renofi.com), the leading financial technology company enabling credit unions to offer next-generation home renovation financing, is excited to announce its partnership launch with several new, innovative credit unions across the United States. RenoFi has cemented its focus in the credit union industry in 2020, adding an additional eight credit […]

How to Be a Borrower-First Mortgage Servicer

Taking out a home loan is a big step for anyone. As a credit union, you provide personal, community level service that other financial institutions can’t. You probably want your members’ mortgage lending experience to feel as personal as the rest of your interactions.