Credit Union Times Magazine September-24, 2008

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  • WOCCU Advocates Before Polish Parliament, Officials

    GDANSK, Poland -- World Council of Credit Unions officials meeting in Poland during the week of Sept. 14 also made time to meet with Polish government officials to voice their opposition to credit union-hostile legislation that was recently proposed to the Polish Parliament.

  • SEC Charges LPL Financial

    WASHINGTON -- LPL Financial Corp. has been charged with failing to adopt policies and procedures to safeguard 10,000 of its customers' personal information following a series of hacking incidents involving the broker-dealer's online trading platform, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.

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Editor-in-Chief's Column

  • We All Need to Watch Our Language

    Credit unions again and again come to the rescue of their members and each other. TDECU was running an advertising campaign in an effort to provide its members with financial education and, of course, steer their business and others' toward the credit union.

Letters to the editor

Looking Back

  • Looking Back

    HOBOKEN, N.J. -- As gas prices and economic troubles plague airlines and push credit unions tied to airlines into the news, Credit Union Times looks back four years ago when airline credit unions faced similar issues.

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  • COMMUNITY EVENTS

    Power Financial Credit Union, Miami, invited the community to bring their children in to the credit union for a free DNA LifePrint. The event provided parents with tools recommended by the FBI and the Department of Justice. Approximately 200 children received certified biometric 10 digital fingerprint profiles, high-resolution, full color...

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