Credit Union Times Magazine April-21, 2010

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  • 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

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  • AWARDS

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

  • COMMUNITY EVENTS

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

  • PEOPLE

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

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