UNC Charlotte professor Tony Plath says the growth at credit unions comes as consumers perceive them as a lower-cost alternative to bigger banks, which still have work to do to restore their post-recession reputations among consumers.
UNC Charlotte professor Tony Plath says the growth at credit unions comes as consumers perceive them as a lower-cost alternative to bigger banks, which still have work to do to restore their post-recession reputations among consumers. JOHN D. SIMMONS jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
UNC Charlotte professor Tony Plath says the growth at credit unions comes as consumers perceive them as a lower-cost alternative to bigger banks, which still have work to do to restore their post-recession reputations among consumers. JOHN D. SIMMONS jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
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April 03, 2015 2:00 AM

Credit unions ‘on fire,’ UNC Charlotte’s Plath says

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