Credit Union Times Magazine November-10, 2010

Front Page News

News

Tech Bytes

Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor

  • CUs Are Proactive On Corporates

    The most immediate issue facing our industry is the continued access to services provided traditionally by corporate credit unions.

  • Pox on Robo Lending

    As treasurer/CEO of a small ($1.8 million assets, 500 members) credit union, I can wholeheartedly endorse many of the excellent

  • Are CU Members Not Taxpayers?

    I'm a volunteer and official of a large credit union in Maryland. Our association held a multistate leadership conference in Ocean City several weeks ago.

  • FICO Article and Scores Flop

    I started reading the Focus Report [Oct. 13 issue] guest opinion article entitled "How to Use the Best Predictive Tools to Revive Mortgage Lending" by Joanne

Opinion

  • Collaboration Brings Benefits to CUs

    It's no secret that credit unions are experiencing unprecedented challenges. And to address them most effectively, several credit unions are finding there is strength in numbers.

On-Site Conference Coverage

CEO's Corner

Focus Report

People

Events Calendar

Other

  • Donations

    Advance Financial Federal Credit Union, Schererville, Ind., invites its members and neighbors to help reduce hunger in the community and enhance the holidays for

  • Branching

    America First Credit Union, Riverdale, Utah, opened a new branch in Henderson on Sept. 13. Grand opening events included drawings for $100 Visa gift cards and a flat-screen TV

  • Awards

    Allied Solutions, Carmel, Ind., representative Amy Skeptaris received a "Special Teams Player" award from Credit Union West of St. Paul, Minn. The award

News Briefs

  • Navy Federal Outlines Merger

    Now set to complete its merger of the $605 million USA Federal Credit Union of San Diego, the $43 billion Navy

  • Genisys Expands Ties

    Genisys Credit Union of Auburn Hills, Mich., recently expanded its relationship with Cleary University by offering Genisys membership to students and employees.

  • Bland Settles Into Corner Office

    The Golden 1 Credit Union has removed interim from Donna Bland's title and has officially named her president/CEO.

  • Shared Branching Helps KONE CU

    A single-sponsor credit union with members spread all over the world has started to offer shared branching to help its members meet their financial needs.

  • Members More Confident

    Credit union members feel better about their personal finances than consumers generally and tend to have more money left over after paying monthly bills.

  • CUs Warned Again About Walmart Threat

    Credit unions act at their peril by ignoring Walmart's competitive threat, warned a newly issued Filene Research Institute report.

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