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WHAT’S IN A NAME? Little known outside of Grand Rapids, Acrisure builds brand awareness with sports naming rights, sponsorship deals
When an unknown fintech firm from Grand Rapids supplanted a hometown company in purchasing the naming rights for the home stadium of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers, it kicked off a wave of miffed reactions from fans and commentators alike.
Consumers Credit Union secures restaurant naming rights at Van Andel Arena
GRAND RAPIDS — Kalamazoo-based Consumers Credit Union has signed a sponsorship agreement with Van Andel Arena for the naming rights to a restaurant.
People in the News: Aug. 1, 2022
People in the News: A roundup of new hires, promotions and awards in West Michigan.
Sylvester takes over Consumers Credit Union after longtime CEO retires
KALAMAZOO — A new chief executive officer took over this month at Kalamazoo-based Consumers Credit Union.
MiBiz Growth Report: January 31, 2022
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MiBiz Growth Report: January 3, 2022
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Consumers Credit Union CEO retiring after 38 years; COO to take leadership role
KALAMAZOO — The chief executive officer at Consumers Credit Union plans to retire in mid-2022 after 38 years.
Bankers: Commercial lending remains strong despite various economic headwinds
Given all that’s occurred in the past 20 months, Krista Flynn considers the present lending environment a pleasant surprise.
MiBiz Growth Report: June 20, 2021
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Consumers Credit Union expands along lakeshore with Muskegon office
MUSKEGON — Consumers Credit Union has started construction on a new office in Muskegon that will expand its presence along the lakeshore.
Consumers CU plans further growth in GR, lakeshore markets
The opening of a new branch in Wyoming and construction of another office in Walker are part of a broader regional growth plan for Consumers Credit Union.
MiBiz growth report: August 19, 2019
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Consumers Credit Union builds new Grand Rapids-area branch
Kalamazoo area-based Consumers Credit Union recently began construction on a new branch on 54th Street SW in Wyoming, its sixth office in the Grand Rapids area.
Crystal Ball 2019 Outlook Q&A: Kit Snyder, Consumers Credit Union
Kalamazoo-based Consumers Credit Union surpassed a key milestone when it hit $1 billion in assets back in May 2018. By the end of the third quarter, the 92,000-member credit union had grown assets further to $1.07 billion, and President and CEO Kit Snyder expects assets to close the year at $1.1 billion. The growth during 2018 came as Consumers Credit Union settled into a new headquarters in The Groves Engineering Business Technology Park in Kalamazoo.
Initiatives offer loan assistance for urban small businesses
A pair of initiatives across Southwest Michigan have a similar goal: supporting entrepreneurs starting small businesses in their respective cities and urban cores.
MiBiz Growth Report: June 11, 2018
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Consumers Credit Union moves to new headquarters
Nearly 150 Consumers Credit Union employees from four different locations have come together in one new three-story, 92,000-square-foot headquarters.
New report ranks Michigan 5th nationally for most bank branch closures
More bank branches closed in Michigan than in 45 other states in the years following the most recent financial crisis.
2016 Commercial Real Estate Projects That Matter
Most research firms project the commercial real estate market in West Michigan will maintain slow but steady growth in 2016.
Two West Michigan credit unions ranked among top 50 in nation
Lake Michigan Credit Union in Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo-based Consumers Credit Union ranked among the 50 best-performing credit unions in the U.S. for 2015.
West Michigan credit unions report growth in business lending for 2015
Many credit unions recorded 2015 loan growth in the double digits, said Kenley Penner, a partner and the head of Plante Moran PLLC’s credit union practice. Penner attributes the results and lending growth to a “relatively strong” housing market that’s driving mortgage originations, coupled with strong sales volumes for both new and used vehicles.