Credit Union Times Magazine May 22, 2013

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  • Metsger Nominated to NCUA Board

    Rick Metsger, a former Oregon state senator who has sponsored credit union legislation and once served on a credit union board, was nominated by President Barack Obama May 15 to serve on the NCUA Board.

  • WesCorp Losses Far Outpace Other Corporates

    According to legacy asset loss estimates provided to Credit Union Times by the NCUA, investments made by Western Corporate FCU are generating far more losses than those that were made at other failed corporates.

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  • Va. League Board Elections

    The Virginia ­Credit Union League ann­­­oun­ced the results of recent elections for its board of directors.

  • Three Leagues to Consolidate

    Credit union members of the Credit Union Association of Oklahoma voted to approve a merger with the Texas Credit Union League and the Arkansas Credit Union League to form a new regional cooperative organization–the Cornerstone Credit Union League.

  • NAFCU Board Election Results

    NAFCU announced last week that Jan Roche, Ed Templeton and Daniel Weickenand have won at-large seats on the NAFCU board of directors in voting that closed May 13.. Their new terms begin after the annual business meeting on July 9.

  • Director Roger Turnquist

    Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union Director Roger Turnquist has passed away. Turnquist was 99 years old and still an active board member at the time of his passing.

  • CEO Richard Heins

    Retired CUNA Mutual Group President/CEO Richard M. Heins died May 3. He was 85.



  • Management Manages, Not the Examiner

    In today’s conservative regulatory environment, the relatively high number of issued documents of resolution revealed in a recent survey of credit unions may not seem so alarming. However, if credit unions do not adequately manage their relationship with regulators, this hands-on approach could hinder their ability to provide the services...

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