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Member Financial Resilience and Credit Union Financial Wellness Delivery Performance Tracking
Subject to demand, CCUA and the Financial Resilience Institute will be launching a new syndicated study designed exclusively for Canadian credit unions. Get access to valuable insights that will help your credit union strengthen its social impact and improve member loyalty through financial wellness. Click here for more information on the study and what’s included.
One of Canada’s leading independent research organizations, the Conference Board of Canada specializes in economics and human resources research. CCUA members can get enterprise-wide access to the full suite of research including:
- Canadian, provincial, and major city economic outlooks and insights
- Canadian industry outlooks and insights
- Business and consumer confidence indices
- US and world economic outlooks
- HR benchmarking
- Diversity and inclusion research
- Compensation planning
- Learning & development research
- And much more!
Filene is North America’s leading credit union think tank. Credit unions that sign-up to participate in CCUA’s group subscription will have access to Filene research reports and webinars. Topics covered include consumer thinking, talent, community impact, operations, DEI, business strategy, data analytics, technology, and more.
Enjoy RMA’s institutional member benefits and access to the RMA eMentor platform by participating in CCUA’s group subscription. RMA’s eMentor platform offers access to training and industry resource material (industry reports, NAIC annual statement studies of financial ratio benchmarks and cash flow measures) designed for credit and lending professionals.
Ipsos Customer Service Index (CSI)
The Ipsos Customer Service Index is a quarterly survey ranking Canadian financial service institutions on a number of customer experience related criteria as well as insights into market share, channel usage and more.
Access the latest CSI reports here (member login required).
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