• People in the News

    GHS Federal Credit Union, Binghamton, N.Y., announced the promotion of Kevin Kelly. Kelly joined GHS in the spring of 2011 and has recently been promoted to IS manager where he oversees the daily operations of GHS’s information systems, including overseeing the IS staff, managing the network, GHS’s defenses, and safeguarding...

  • People in the News - July 15, 2013

    From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.

  • People in the News

    First Financial Federal Credit Union, Wall, N.J., has hired Deborah Downie as director of business development. Downie brings to First Financial over 21 years of experience at various Wall Street firms in corporate lending and institutional investing. Prior to her employment with the credit union, she founded the Two Rivers Women...

  • People in the News - July 1, 2013

    From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.

  • NCUA Prohibits 11 People

    Former CEO of Tip of Texas Federal Credit Union in El Paso, Texas., consented to the prohibition order to avoid litigation.

  • CEO Christopher Owen to Retire from Meriwest

    Meriwest Credit Union has announced that Christopher M. Owen, President/CEO will be initiating a transition plan to retirement late this summer. Owen’s decision to retire will bring to close a career of 22 years of service with Meriwest Credit Union.

  • 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.

  • Obamacare Survey Finds Knowledge Gaps

    Most Americans don't know much, including 90% that don't know the launch date of exchanges.

  • Will Congress Rescind The Tax Exemption?

    Opinions from leaders at GAC.

  • More Than 740,000 Residences at High Risk for Wildfire Damage

    More than 740,000 residences in the western U.S., with estimated value of more than $136 billion, are at “high” or “very high” risk.

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