Credit Union Times Magazine May 24, 2017

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Editor-in-Chief's Column

  • When Rules Don't Apply

    “Rules are meant to be broken.” I cannot find the origin of that statement. But, whomever it was, they were right. In today's world, I could probably just emphatically say that I came up with the phrase. But I won't.

Letters to the editor

  • Readers Sound Off on Hot Stories

    Recent articles on student loan debt, an alleged discrimination incident, member dissatisfaction and military lending rules got CU Times readers fired up to share their thoughts. Here's what they had to say.



  • Auto Loan Fraud Leads to Dispute

    The $361 million Hudson Heritage Federal Credit Union is suing CUMIS Insurance for declining to pay a claim after the Middletown, N.Y.-based credit union was victimized by an auto loan fraud ring.


  • People

    The $9.8 billion First Technology Federal Credit Union based in Mountain View, Calif., promoted Alex de la Cruz to SVP, head of retail. Previously, de la Cruz served as First Tech's vice president of member experience. In his new position, de la Cruz will lead the retail channel, including the...

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