Credit Union Times Magazine January 22, 2014

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  • CDFI, WOCCU in Fed Budget

    The $1.1 trillion negotiated budget deal worked out earlier this month by lawmakers in the House and Senate includes money for two programs used by credit unions.

  • N.Y. Survey Finds Split on 2014 Outlook

    About half of polled New York credit union leaders are optimistic about their regional economy and more than 60% anticipate loan growth in 2014, according to a new economic survey from the Credit Union Association of New York in Albany.

  • PowerNet Splits Top Job

    The $72 million PowerNet Credit Union in Tampa, Fla., has promoted its 12-year chief financial officer Don Prue to CEO, leaving Tim McMurry with the title of president after more than 37 years as president/CEO, the credit union's board announced.

  • Alaska First: Tongass Buys Into Xtend

    Xtend Inc. now has its first Alaskan owner, the Michigan-based back-office operations CUSO said last week.

  • Patterson New President at Student Choice

    Scott Patterson has been promoted from executive vice president to president of Credit Union Student Choice, a CUSO that provides higher education financing services to about 250 credit unions.


  • People

    Read who was hired and promoted in the credit union industry, from CEOs to branch managers.

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