There are some good reasons to pay credit union board members. But why aren't the bankers objecting?>
Joe Montana paid homage to his father during his address last week at NACUSO’s annual conference. His father wasn’t a big jock, but he could work the fundamentals with him, like tying a tire swing up in a tree–not to swing on–but to throw the football through. His father would...
NACUSO speaker Joe Montana talk provides lessons for struggle to save the credit union tax exemption in Congress.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — There are a lot of things recently retired CEO of Texas Dow Employees Credit Union Ed Speed does not like. Collaboration, social media and e-commerce are just for starters. But he didn’t keep his credit union from getting involved in those things.
I spent a few hours driving to the Credit Union Reality Check conference last week and it afforded me time to ponder various things, like how Siri can provide one set of directions on one trip and different ones on the next trip to the same location. But I was...
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The smart phone and tablet are more critical than most people think, according to Max Wolff, chief economist and senior analyst with GreenCrest Capital. During a morning session of the CU Reality Check conference here today, he asserted that mobile is the ATM of 15 years...
This week's Opinion column from Editor/Publisher Sarah Snell Cooke draws on the wisdom of others, with a nod to supplemental capital.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – There are a lot of things Ed Speed does not like: collaboration, social media and e-commerce for starters.
Some dustups have taken place or are in the works that are affecting credit unions. It’s enough to clog your pores, so I’m going to just clean that up a little bit with an apricot scrub. (I’ll apply a light cleanser to that mixed metaphor while I’m at it.)
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The smartphone and tablet are more critical than most people think, according to Max Wolff at GreenCrest Capital.