Credit Union Times Magazine June-04, 2008

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Publisher's Column

  • Conservatism in Defense of Reputation Is No Virtue

    Credit unions, generally speaking, tend to be fairly conservative in most everything they do. The reasons for this are multifold. They have a fiduciary duty to the members who build the capital in the organization so it can function and continue operating for years to come; they aren't looking to...

Quotes Worth Quoting

  • Verbatim

    Homeowner Daniel A. Bailey Jr. recently sent an e-mail about his plight to Countrywide Financial CEO Angelo R. Mozilo among others. Apparently, instead of forwarding his response to a subordinate, Mozilo hit "reply" by mistake.05/19/2008 06:12 AMTo Angelo_Mozilo@countrywide.com Subject Re: bailey acct# XXXXXXX

On-Site Conference Coverage

  • Canada's Common Wealth Credit Union Wins MACQUEE Award

    NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- Common Wealth Credit Union of Lloydminster, Alberta, added the Marketing Association of Credit Unions' MACQUEE Award to its trophy case at MAC's annual conference award dinner May 22. The $1.6 billion Common Wealth picked up three CUES Golden Mirror awards last week.

  • The Marketing Association of California

    The Marketing Association of California drew more than 100 credit union professionals to Newport Beach, California for this year's annual conference and awards ceremony, held May 21-23. Credit Union Times asked attendees the following question: If you were in charge of an industrywide credit union campaign, where would you begin?

  • Trend Alert: Net Promoter Score Comes to the Fore

    NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- Credit unions that sent marketing directors to the Marketing Association of Credit Unions' annual conference last week may hear a new term come member survey time: net promoter score.

From the Board Room

  • Altier Credit Union Board Is Named

    TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Altier Credit Union board, which consists of seven directors, each serving three-year terms, added one new member, Joe Nowaczyk, and re-appointed incumbent Patricia Morcom as chairman.

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