How Higher Interest Rates May Affect Your Credit Union’s Sub-Debt Strategy
Recently, the economic environment has been turned on its head, and the effects present new challenges to credit unions. As a result, credit unions must proactively and strategically plan to navigate issues such as decreased deposits, dips in lending, and higher interest rates. During periods like this, “just-in-time” capital may provide the peace of mind […]
Capital Markets and How Credit Unions Can Issue Subordinated Debt
Historically, credit unions have accessed capital through CDs, short- and long-term loans, and other investment funds to help them expand, generate income, and pursue strategic initiatives. However, as credit unions have grown over the years and offered more complex services, there is a demand to meet capital needs in creative ways. Loan participations and the […]
Is Your CU Sub-Debt Approved?
Overlooking secondary capital in the subordinated debt (sub-debt) market could put your credit union behind when planned and unplanned investment opportunities arise. Jeff Cardone, Partner/Attorney at Luse Gorman, shares why your credit union may consider getting pre-approved for sub-debt sooner rather than later. Stream the Episode What Subordinated Debt Is and How Credit Unions […]