Credit Union Times Magazine July-07, 2010

Front Page News


News Briefs

  • DFCU Merging With MidWest Financial

    The $2.7 billion DFCU Financial CU of Dearborn, Mich., announced it has filed an application with regulators to merge the $181 million MidWest Financial FCU of Ann Arbor,

  • NY League Introduces Compromise Muni Bill

    Despite vigorous banker opposition, the Credit Union Association of New York is moving ahead this month with its legislative campaign to win support for a compromise bill allowing the deposit of public funds in CUs with a $250,000 cap.

  • 11th Grader Is First Biz Account Holder at CU

    Steve Solway, an 11th grade high school student and the owner of a clothing line, recently became the first member to open a business account at People's Credit Union.

  • Interchange Fight Gives Extra Heft to Ad Blitz

    The interchange debate in Congress has put the spotlight-and burden-on credit unions in the nation's capital to convey a strong message on CU

  • Twister-Damaged CU Finds Temporary Home

    Its roof whisked away and windows blown out by a tornado, the $10 million Wadena Federal Credit Union in Minnesota found itself a temporary home in rented space.

  • CUs, Banks Own A Million Homes

    Credit unions and banks now hold 1 million homes as home loan delinquencies exceed 10%, according to CUNA Mutual Group President/CEO Jeff Post.

Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor


Focus Report



    HarborOne Credit Union, Brockton, Mass., announced the appointment of Terry Sobolewski to branch officer of the Mansfield office.



    Andrews Federal Credit Union, Suitland, Md., employees fell into step with the 600 Maryland residents who participated in the Annual Riverfront Revolution Run and Walk.

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