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Survey Finds Why Consumers Are Leaving Big Banks

2/24/2014
Big banks may be gaining in their share of overall deposits, but the money isn't coming from new customers. A survey released Monday finds about 1 in 4 big bank customers say they're considering switching banks in the coming year.
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With U-Haul, A New Group of Lenders Finds Its Way to the Table

With U-Haul, A New Group of Lenders Finds Its Way to the Table

1/7/2014
Whether it was moving in or out of a dorm room or into our first house or apartment, most of us have rented a U-Haul truck or space in a U-Haul storage unit at some point in our lives. So when news hit in early December 2013 that AMERCO, U-Haul’s parent, had closed on $100 million in funded corporate debt, it caught the eye of many.
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U-Haul's Parent Company Taps CUs For Part Of $100M Loan

U-Haul's Parent Company Taps CUs For Part Of $100M Loan

12/5/2013
AUSTIN, Texas (12/5/13)--Large companies tend to look toward large financial institutions to handle their lending needs. But U-Haul, under its parent company AMERCO, recently turned to credit unions and other community financial institutions for a $100 million loan. Of those 23 financial institutions,
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Credit Unions Help U-Haul Refinance Corporate Debt

Credit Unions Help U-Haul Refinance Corporate Debt

12/3/2013
In a move to establish relationships with new lenders, AMERCO, the parent firm of U-Haul, said it recently partnered with four credit unions and 19 banks to fund $100 million of the moving company’s corporate debt.
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U-Haul Selects Community Financial Institutions to Fund $100 Million Loan - BancAssets Helps Community Financial Institutions Compete for Large Corporate Loans

U-Haul Selects Community Financial Institutions to Fund $100 Million Loan - BancAssets Helps Community Financial Institutions Compete for Large Corporate Loans

12/2/2013
AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 2, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In a significant step outside their usual corporate finance strategy, AMERCO (Nasdaq:UHAL), parent company of U-Haul, worked with twenty-three community financial institutions to fund $100 million in U-Haul corporate debt. BancAssets, LLC
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