Special Issue: CUNA Symposium/NAFCU Congressional Caucus
There are special issues and then there are special issues. This issue of Credit Union Times is particularly unique because it is being distributed at two major credit union conferences, the CUNA National Symposium in Orlando and the NAFCU Congressional Caucus in Washington, D.C. A number of CUNA/NAFCU related stories are included in this issue in recognition of the two major CU events, as well as many unrelated stories. This issue was even held a day past deadline to ensure up-to-the-minute coverage of the September NCUA Board meeting (pages 1 and 84). The following index is provided to help readers find what they're looking for in this 104-page issue. Happy reading!!! * CUNA's fee-based reorganization was about more than just new job titles. Page 18. * CUNA's PAC, CULAC, continues to soar. Why? Page 20. * NAFCU says it's time to give its corporate CU members more bang for their buck. Page 28. * It's a booming billionaire club. More than 60 CUs now have over $1 billion in assets. See who they are. Page 32 * Look for people features on Mountain America CU President/CEO Dennis Pierce (page 34); Missouri Credit Union System President/CEO Rosie Holub (page 70); and Jim Williams, a former CUNA president/chairman and a founder of Southwest Corporate (page 80). * If you've never been to Madison, Wisconsin and seen the home of CUNA Mutual, CUNA's Wisconsin offices and many of their affiliates/subsidiaries, we'll take you there. Pages 46-48. * Find out how NAFCU keeps its members in tip-top compliance shape. Page 56. * Put the faces with the names of all the CU league presidents. Pages 58-59. * Look for top-notch technology coverage on pages 60,61,67,72,83. * There's so much talk about bankruptcy reform these days, but just what does it mean to the different players? Page 75.