In the aftermath of the NCUA’s release of second-quarter data, several interesting pieces made their way to my inbox last week. One analysis that stirred quite a bit of debate came from The Financial Brand, stating that if current merger and closure trends continue, there will be half the...
The only way to change the trend is to increase the relevancy at the lagging smaller credit unions (and a couple of the larger ones, too) that members apparently feel are irrelevant.
As Credit Union Times was going to press last week, Hurricane Isaac was bearing down on the Mississippi Gulf area. We are hopeful that credit unions and their employees stay hunkered down and safe through this stressful time. Like the rest of the country, we’re awaiting reports back from colleagues,...
Credit Union Times has closed for the Labor Day holiday. The site will be updated with breaking news as warranted. We will reopen Tuesday.
Isaac response should be a repeat of what we expect from credit unions. Next week's print column from Editor-in-Chief/Publisher Sarah Snell Cooke.
During this season marked by expensive, negative and continuous campaign ads and hyper-inflated rhetoric, waxing political seemed appropriate.
I just spent a vacation in Virginia. The blaring, nonstop attacks of the candidates on each other were completely obnoxious. I couldn’t have been happier to return to Maryland, which is not considered a swing state in this election. During this season marked by expensive, negative and continuous campaign ads...
There were some unasked, and unanswered, questions from the webinar held on Aug. 1. We wanted to provide those answers here.
The theme of the news this week has been underdogs winning their battles by scrapping it out for what’s right. From credit unions to regulators, these unexpected victors deserve to bask in their spoils of the moment.
From credit unions to regulators, these unexpected victors deserve to bask in their spoils of the moment.