Credit Union Times Magazine April-21, 2010

Front Page News


News Briefs

  • Wisconsin Banks See Drop in Business Loans

    A 15% drop in business lending at Wisconsin's banks is keeping pace with a national trend while the state's credit unions experienced a 13% increase in 2009.

  • LeBlanc Retires

    Saugus Financial Insurance Agency LLC President David A. LeBlanc has retired.

  • NCUA's Matz to Speak

    One of the keynote speakers at the African-American Credit Union Coalition's August conference will be NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz.

  • End of Arizona Payday Loans Looms

    By June 30 Arizona could be joining states banning or restricting payday loan operations with credit unions playing a role in joining the cause.

  • WOCCU's Relief Fund Tops $1 Million

    World Council of Credit Unions' Haiti relief fund has exceeded $1 million in donations, the global development organization announced April 9

Special Report

Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor




    San Mateo Credit Union, Redwood City, Calif., announced that a $100 was awarded to credit union member,


    Genisys Credit Union, Oakland County, Mich., announced plans to partner with Palace Sports and Entertainment and sponsor the 20th annual Walk for Warmth.


    Community Resource Federal Credit Union, Latham, N.Y., announced the hiring of Terry Langlois,

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