Credit Union Times Magazine February 2, 2011

Front Page News

News

Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor

  • Blaine 10; NCUA 0

    The article "Blaine Takes on NCUA" [CU Times, Jan. 12, page 1] was a great diversion from the never-ending snowstorms of late.

  • Keep Those Letters Coming

    Credit Union Times has a goal for 2011 to include Letters to the Editor in nearly every, if not all, issues. We had letters in nearly every issue of 2010.

Opinion

  • Successful CEOs Share Information With the Board

    As the NCUA considers regulatory changes for board governance, I am struck by the amount of time and energy dedicated by volunteers at credit unions.

  • The Perfect Storm of Higher Education

    The credit union story from the industry's beginning includes regular people taking a do-it-yourself approach to solve seemingly insurmountable environmental pressures and creating something new.

  • Take a Cue From Gen Y to Improve Member Engagement

    As retail banking channels converge and innovations continue, an engagement strategy is beginning to emerge that will not only position your credit union to better attract Gen Y but will set you on a course for greater general consumer engagement.

  • Be Edgy, Informative, Collaborative and Cool

    When I began my career in banking in the 1980s, financial institutions in the metro New York City market were targeting a new demographic: young professionals.

People

  • People

    Andrews Federal Credit Union, Suitland, Md., welcomed Michael Bartelle as vice president of overseas operations.

People Feature

  • Young Professionals Gear Up for GAC

    The Crash Network has chosen 16 young credit union professionals to attend CUNA's 2011 GAC and complete a service project designed to improve their credit unions or the industry.

Other

  • Verbatim

    Immediately after Louisiana Corporate Credit Union announced its intention to explore a merger with Corporate America Credit Union, CU Times Correspondent Robert McGarvey got Louisiana Corporate's CEO David Savoie on the phone for a candid conversation.

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