On July 29, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed the Financial Exploitation of Older Adults bill, which requires all financial institutions to report when they suspect someone 65 or older, or a disabled adult over 18, is being financially exploited. It also protects the liability of those making the good...
Some veteran board members quip they can remember the days when their biggest challenge was choosing the color for the carpet at the newest branch.
If you’re a recent member of Cascade Federal Credit Union in Seattle and the credit union merges, you’ll have a little more money in your account, thanks to a no merger guarantee.
Credit union marketers searching for the best way to reach their members can dig into an overflowing toolbox today, ranging from traditional approaches such as direct mail to new options like Twitter and whatever else is currently “in.”
Wall Street generally applauds the idea of shedding employees, and credit unions often worry when their employee-to-member ratio climbs.
When Robert Cashman talks about members who have been with Metro Credit Union for two or three generations, he pretty much knows what he’s talking about.
As far as Jay Magulski and Mark Hudzik are concerned, growth isn’t something you turn over to the marketing or corporate development department and figure the job is done.
Judging from comments by search firms and credit unions, 2013 may be a pretty promising year for jobseekers looking to land positions with credit unions.
The American dream of home ownership may have taken a hit over the past few years, but GTE Financial in Tampa, Fla., still wants to build mortgage lending into its plans.
If you think it’s tough trying to pare down your holiday gift list, consider the task faced by credit unions scanning a long roster of deserving causes and deciding who to support.