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.
As drought-stricken businesses across the country are in dire need of assistance, the Obama administration asked the regulators to find ways to provide aid. The NCUA responded by informing 1,003 credit unions of their eligibility for low-income designation and allowing them to opt-in rather than slogging through paperwork.
For fun, let’s pick apart what the Independent Community Bankers Association said about the NCUA’s move.
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