As credit unions across the country gear up for another year of new marketing campaigns, CU Times asked experts what the top marketing trends in the credit union industry will be in 2015. The experts also offered marketing advice, tips and ideas.
A month into the New Year, more employees have been hired and promoted across the country.
Latest involves a Cleveland man who embezzled nearly $1M and aided the former CEO in a loan scheme.
Jeffrey Serafin admits to role involving former Wilkes-Barre City Employees FCU manager, police officers and a contractor.
Wendy Wall of the defunct Pepsi Cola FCU pleads guilty to embezzling nearly half a million dollars.
Former Mississippi State Senator Tommy Robertson stands accused of stealing nearly half a million dollars from a $195M credit union.
The Kansas Credit Union Association is launching a new leadership program in February to prepare up-and-coming credit union professionals for senior executive positions.
Read what marketing professionals say will be the top trends of 2015.
Former President/CEO Matthieu retired in 2013 after 40 years at the $44M credit union.
Andrew P. Russell comes to the $273M Maryland credit union from the banking industry.