Access industry leading research at a discount
Save big on subscription costs to industry leading research providers by participating in CCUA’s collective group subscriptions. Access to the research resources listed below is free to explore for the remainder of the year. Click the order form link below to ensure your credit union continues to have enterprise-wide access in 2021!
The Conference Board of Canada
Gain access to the following Conference Board of Canada content:
- Canadian Economic Trends
- Provincial Economic Trends
- Compensation and Benefits
- HR Management
- Organizational Excellence
Credit union employees can use their credit union email to create an account and login to the Conference Board of Canada e-Library here: www.conferenceboard.ca/login
Filene Research Institute
Access over 450 reports from the Filene. Topics covered include consumer thinking, talent, community impact, operations, business strategy, and technology.
To create an account, click here and register using your credit union email address.
Risk Management Association
CCUA members can access 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.
To access RMA resources at no cost, credit union employees can register for a user license for RMA eMentor via the CCUA Campus. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to create a CCUA Campus profile. Once your CCUA Campus account is active, click here to signup for an RMA eMentor License.
Altus Group Financial Industry Research Monitor (FIRM) & Housing Reports
The FIRM Residential Mortgage and Household Borrowing Surveys provide quarterly tracking of over 50,000 Canadian Households’ attitudes and intentions regarding residential mortgages and borrowing.
Altus Group’s monthly housing reports offer insights into local housing market trends in major Canadian cities.
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.
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