Custom Performance Reports
Dakota Credit Union Association (DakCU) is pleased to announce that the annual Custom Performance Reports are now available for each of our member credit unions. The reports have been shared with each credit union’s manager/CEO and authorized individuals may receive a digital copy upon request by emailing Debbie Kruckenberg.
The reports highlight and measure many areas of performance, including loans, shares, fee and other income, capital analysis, and liquidity trends, just to name a few. The analysis helps credit unions assess their performance levels by comparing this year’s results with previous results, by comparing trends in relation to your peer group or other benchmark, and by graphical information that provide additional insight into your credit union.
These reports are provided bi-annually as a benefit of your DakCU membership.
The RateWatch Retail Fee Averages Report was also recently shared with each credit union’s manager/CEO. Please contact Debbie Kruckenberg for a copy of this report which is also provided annually as a benefit of DakCU membership.
RateWatch reports provide a competitive comparison at the national level as well as the state level for either North Dakota or South Dakota. With rates, fees, and much more, RateWatch reports are designed to help you make informed pricing decisions faster and easier by providing relevant, timely, and accurate competitor data. Reports are comprehensive yet concise, giving you just the information you need, when you need it, in a format you can use.
Over 4,200 financial institutions use RateWatch reports to monitor competitors' deposit and loan rates and fees. These institutions depend on the timely and accurate information provided by RateWatch to make critical, profit-driven decisions every day. Established in 1989, RateWatch collects thousands of data points from nearly 100,000 financial institution locations across the United States every week.
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