Credit Union Times Magazine November-05, 2008


Front Page News

News Briefs



  • Fed Approves Mortgage Rules

    WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve has approved amendments to Home Mortgage Disclosure Act rules that change the threshold for reporting price information on higher priced loans.

Tech Bytes

Special Report


Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor

  • CUs, Corporates Are Time Tested

    The article, "Examining Corporate Balance Sheets" (CU Times, Oct. 15), on corporate credit unions is fairly balanced and should enlighten those who want to believe the worst about corporates. Credit unions and corporates are dealing with the current serious situation very effectively.

Staking Out the Stats

  • Financial Literacy Services Need for the Disabled

    New York -- Johnette Hartnett, director of public policy for the National Disability Institute spoke at The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions' financial literacy day last month about her work touring the country to provide financial literacy to the disabled.


  • Scholarships

    MidSouth Federal Credit Union, Macon, Ga., announced the recipients of its 2008 Tom Bentley memorial high school and continuing education scholarship programs. Amanda Gregg was awarded the 2008 high school scholarship. Gregg is a graduate of Georgia Military College Prep School and is attending Valdosta State University. The high school...

  • Branching Out

    Postal Credit Union, Woodbury, Minn., held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new Eagan office. Eagan Mayor Mike Maguire, City Administrator Tom Hedges, Community Development Director Jon Hohenstein, State Senator Jim Carlson, State Representative Sandra Masin, PCU Board Chairman Jim Bryan, PCU President Russ Plunkett, PCU Board and executive staff, representatives...

Beyond the Job

In Memoriam

  • Pen Air CEO Is Dead

    PENSACOLA, Fla. -- John A. Davis, a 26-year veteran of the industry and the president/CEO of Pen Air Federal Credit Union, Pensacola, has died. He was 52.

Movers & Shakers


  • Correction

    SAC Federal Credit Union in Omaha is opening a new grocery store branch in Council Bluffs, Iowa, this month. As a result of a typographical error, an article in the Oct. 15 issue of Credit Union Times gave an incorrect location.

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