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Message Regarding Olden Lane Partnership from CU Capital Market Solutions CEO
CU Capital Markets Solutions is uniquely different from any firm
you have worked with previously
We are a CUSO that leads the credit union movement with innovation and real solutions. With over a century
of combined expertise in Capital Markets, Asset/Liability/Balance Sheet Management and Interest Rate Risk,
we implement a unique, comprehensive approach to the balance sheet to maximize your earnings.
At CMS, we start beyond the business as usual.
We provide real solutions that make a meaningful impact.
Just ask our Clients
Securities are offered through Olden Lane Securities LLC, Member FINRA & SIPC and is a separate non-affiliated entity.
CU Capital Market Solutions provides access to Secondary Capital to interested institutions. This is an important regulatory benefit for federally insured credit unions with a low-income designation.
CMS provides Non-Member Deposit Service and Insured Deposit capabilities to credit unions nationwide through the institutional cash market & a proprietary network of insured financial institutions.
CU Capital Market Solutions has pioneered securitized assets for the credit union movement to provide for the diversification of asset risk and to improve the investment returns of credit union portfolios.
Balance Sheet Advisory
Our Total Solutions™ platform optimizes the earnings of CMS clients all across the country through asset, funding and capital strategies developed for the needs of each institution.
We offer loan participation services to credit unions nationally and act as an agent by linking buyers and sellers. We provide assistance in the planning of both the purchase and sale of loan participations.
Today's Market Update: Yesterday as expected the Fed raised their target Fed Funds by 25 basis points and confirmed their earlier indication of 3 increases in 2018. They also indicated they did not see inflation becoming a problem any time soon. Following their press...