Credit Union Times Magazine December-13, 2006

In Other News

  • In Other News

    DONATIONS Employees of Peninsula Credit Union, Escanaba, Mich., recently ventured to the local Dairy Queen to support Children's Hospital while enjoying a Blizzard at the same time. All proceeds of Blizzards sold that day at multiple Dairy Queen locations went directly to Children's Hospital in Seattle. San Diego Metropolitan Credit...

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  • Optimizing Your Credit Union's Capital

    If your credit union is like most, it probably has too much capital. Many credit unions go to exhaustive measures to save every nickel and dime, but then leave earnings on the table when they don't optimize their capital. Those credit unions may want to consider returning the excess capital....

Letters to the editor

  • California and Nevada CU Leagues Are Not One

    Thank you for the front-page article in your Nov. 22, 2006 issue titled "California/Nevada League Credit Unions Laud Cheney for "Seamless Transition'." First I must say the transition has been seamless and I look forward to working with Bill Cheney, our new president/CEO. As the incoming chairman of the Nevada...

Publisher's Column

  • Is CRA a Deal Breaker? Find Out for Yourself

    Most credit union leaders agree that the taxation issue is a deal breaker. That is if credit unions were to lose their tax-exempt status, there would be very little reason to remain a credit union. Conversions to banks would be the order of the day. Credit unions would enjoy the...

People

  • People

    EAST Penn East Federal Credit Union, Scranton, Pa., has named Erica McLain part-time teller. Merrimack Valley Federal Credit Union, North Andover, Mass., has appointed Kyrsis Figueroa to accounting manager. HarborOne Credit Union, Brockton, Mass., has named John M. Mearls direct underwriting manager. GFA Federal Credit Union, Gardner, Mass., has appointed...

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Clarifications/Corrections

  • Correction

    In the story "Franklin First FCU Pulls in $4.2 Million in CD Promotion" in the Dec. 6 issue, it was reported that Franklin First Federal Credit Union brought in $4.2 million in certificates of deposit in six weeks. The credit union actually brought in that amount in 12 weeks. We...

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