Credit Union Times Magazine February-03, 2010

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News Briefs

  • Trades Push on CARD

    CUNA and NAFCU are working with the Federal Reserve to get it to change the provisions of rules on interest rates and notification of customers that will be used to enforce the credit card law passed by Congress last year.

  • CUNA Sets Groups on FOM, Mergers

    CUNA has set up groups to help the trade association formulate its positions on two issues that are affecting many credit unions: the proposed NCUA rule on field of membership and the agency's policies on mergers.

  • Treasury Recruiting for BSA Panel

    Financial institutions and trade associations can nominate representatives to serve on the committee that advises the Treasury Department on the implementation of the Bank Secrecy Act.

  • CUs' Mixed Expectations

    Many credit union leaders surveyed by NAFCU believe there will be a decrease in share growth yet an increase in income growth.

  • CUNA Brokerage Honors Top Women Performers

    CUNA Brokerage Services Inc. recently honored 20 financial advisers for their performance and contributions to the financial services industry with its Women of Distinction award.

  • Everett CU Packs House For College Planning

    Everett Credit Union, in partnership with Credit Union Student Choice, recently grabbed the attention of more than 200 student and parents at a college planning seminar it held.

  • CU Awards Member $10,000 Grand Prize

    Tower Federal Credit Union presented a check for $10,000 to long-time member David Snyder and the lucky grand prize winner of the credit union's savings campaign, Super Savers Sweepstakes.

  • Foundation Donates To Children's Hospital

    The Minnesota Credit Union Foundation's credit unions for kids committee raised more than $190,000 for Gillette Children's Specialty Health Care and presented a check representing the funds raised by credit unions around the state.

  • Maine CUs Push for Financial Outreach

    Donna Steckino, president/CEO of Community Credit Union in Lewiston and Auburn, testified on behalf of the Maine Credit Union League at a public hearing before the Insurance and Financial Services Committee in Augusta.

Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor


Focus Report


  • People

    WEST Numerica Credit Union, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, announced the hiring of Kylie Trout as the new branch manager for the Coeur d'Alene branch.

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