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CU Tomorrow and REAL Solutions September 17, 2009 Filene Research Institute
Young Adult Challenge
The Response
The Invitation
Numbers
Average age of  credit union member
47 Average age of  credit union member
Average credit card  debt of a college senior
$2,846 Average credit card  debt of a college senior
30 Under 30 members who  planned   a credit union career -Filene Research Institute
0 30 Under 30 members who  planned   a credit union career -Filene Research Institute
Prime borrowing years
25 - 42 Prime borrowing years
Credit union members in  prime borrowing years.
38% Credit union members in prime borrowing years. Down from 55% in 1985. -CUNA (2007)
Percentage of 25-34 year-olds with an interest-bearing savings account. -Beacon Economics (2004)
47% Percentage of 25-34 year-olds with an interest-bearing savings account. -Beacon Economics (2004)
Percentage of 18- to 24-year-olds classified as “asset poor” (liquid assets below $5,000) -Haveman and Wolff (2001)
72% Percentage of 18- to 24-year-olds classified as “asset poor” (liquid assets below $5,000) -Haveman and Wolff (2001)
1996 2006 CU Member Age Distribution  1996-2006 Source: CUNA’s  2006-2007 National Member Survey
1996 2006 CU Member Age Distribution  1996-2006 Source: CUNA’s  2006-2007 National Member Survey
Business briefs
Business briefs
Business briefs
Business briefs
Business briefs
Business briefs
Business briefs …  and  more!
Young Adult IQ …  not just for fun …
Working together Raw Materials Connections + = Your CU Results
Goal setting … Raw Materials Connections + = Your CU Results
Will you?
Ben Rogers 301.910.6272 [email_address] Lois Kitsch 202-508-6770 [email_address]
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REAL Solutions & Filene Research Institute Webinar: Intro to CU Tomorrow - September 17, 2009.

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  •   
  • Familiar number, but this is just the starting point.
  • Familiar number, but this is just the starting point.
  • Million dollar myth. Number should probably be lower. Joked with a friend that it was going to take a million just to pay for school.
  • Million dollar myth. Number should probably be lower. Joked with a friend that it was going to take a million just to pay for school.
  • That’s unfair. There is virtually no brand awareness of credit unions as employers. Example of three Tepper students.
  • That’s unfair. There is virtually no brand awareness of credit unions as employers. Example of three Tepper students.
  • Credit card - 18 Car loan - Early 20s Mortgage - 30 Rinse and repeat.
  • Credit card - 18 Car loan - Early 20s Mortgage - 30 Rinse and repeat.
  •   
  • Transcript of "CU Tomorrow Intro PPT"

    1. 1. CU Tomorrow and REAL Solutions September 17, 2009 Filene Research Institute
    2. 2. Young Adult Challenge
    3. 3. The Response
    4. 4. The Invitation
    5. 5. Numbers
    6. 6. Average age of credit union member
    7. 7. 47 Average age of credit union member
    8. 8. Average credit card debt of a college senior
    9. 9. $2,846 Average credit card debt of a college senior
    10. 10. 30 Under 30 members who planned a credit union career -Filene Research Institute
    11. 11. 0 30 Under 30 members who planned a credit union career -Filene Research Institute
    12. 12. Prime borrowing years
    13. 13. 25 - 42 Prime borrowing years
    14. 14. Credit union members in prime borrowing years.
    15. 15. 38% Credit union members in prime borrowing years. Down from 55% in 1985. -CUNA (2007)
    16. 16. Percentage of 25-34 year-olds with an interest-bearing savings account. -Beacon Economics (2004)
    17. 17. 47% Percentage of 25-34 year-olds with an interest-bearing savings account. -Beacon Economics (2004)
    18. 18. Percentage of 18- to 24-year-olds classified as “asset poor” (liquid assets below $5,000) -Haveman and Wolff (2001)
    19. 19. 72% Percentage of 18- to 24-year-olds classified as “asset poor” (liquid assets below $5,000) -Haveman and Wolff (2001)
    20. 20. 1996 2006 CU Member Age Distribution 1996-2006 Source: CUNA’s 2006-2007 National Member Survey
    21. 21. 1996 2006 CU Member Age Distribution 1996-2006 Source: CUNA’s 2006-2007 National Member Survey
    22. 22. Business briefs
    23. 23. Business briefs
    24. 24. Business briefs
    25. 25. Business briefs
    26. 26. Business briefs
    27. 27. Business briefs
    28. 28. Business briefs … and more!
    29. 29. Young Adult IQ … not just for fun …
    30. 30. Working together Raw Materials Connections + = Your CU Results
    31. 31. Goal setting … Raw Materials Connections + = Your CU Results
    32. 32. Will you?
    33. 33. Ben Rogers 301.910.6272 [email_address] Lois Kitsch 202-508-6770 [email_address]
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