Credit Union Times Magazine August 10, 2011

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  • MBL Risks Are Assessed Even Before the Exam Begins

    PORTLAND, Ore. — When a loan officer was arrested and charged with participating in a business loan kickback scheme that ultimately led to AEA Federal Credit Union’s conservatorship in December 2010, the cooperative’s outcome looked bleak.

  • Business Credit Card Offered by TMG

    TMG Financial Services, the agent issuing card arm of The Members Group, a payments CUSO affiliated with the Iowa Credit Union League, said that 19 credit unions have opted to begin offering business credit cards through an agent issuing relationship with the organization.

  • Morris to Leave NAFCU

    NAFCU Senior Vice President Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications Jay Morris announced he will leave his post this fall after an 11-year tenure at the trade association.


Editor-in-Chief's Column

  • Thought I Was Wrong But I Was Mistaken

    No one is infallible and mistakes happen. Some are out of laziness or lack of knowledge. Some people are burning the candle at both ends and unable to think clearly. Some are just plain accidents. The jerk that just cut you off on the freeway may have a blind spot....

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  • Guest Opinion: Ed Speed Begs to Differ on Trades and Taxes

    Trade association executives utilize ongoing, galvanizing issues to keep their constituencies riled up, to keep money rolling in, to insure attendance at conferences and to get credit union volunteers to hike their hills. Our fears ensure their job security. All trade associations do this, not just ours.

  • Guest Opinion: CUSOs Are Still Essential

    In the 15 years or so prior to his retirement, former NCUA Chairman and Patelco Credit Union President/CEO Ed Callahan probably told me at least 100 times that if one or more credit unions can work together to bring better delivery channels, services or prices to their members then they...

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