Considering here what credit unions can do to keep at bay the what-might-have-beens.
Directors are at once our greatest strength and at once our greatest weakness,” now-retired CUES CEO Fred Johnson told me in his exit interview. Unfortunately, it is uttered far too often and is far too true. Governance is a common topic of conversation, but I’m not confident much is being...
Make clear to new board members what their responsibilities are, what’s expected of them if they are to serve the credit union. Set those standards high.
DDoS attacks have been confirmed that have taken down two credit unions and several large banks’ websites. It’s been proven our entire financial system is vulnerable. While stealing personal information doesn’t seem to have been at play, this is a critical concern for the entire financial services industry.
Regulators fiddle while Rome set to burn.
The creeping economic recovery has pushed credit unions to think more creatively to generate new revenues and efficiencies. A story we posted referring to Kern Schools Federal Credit Union last year drew an angry comment from a member recently.
Creative thinking at Kern Schools FCU, NCUA dual chartering issue and social media are covered in this week's column by Editor/Publisher Sarah Snell Cooke.
You’re sitting at your desk, poring over spreadsheet after spreadsheet, making correlations, drawing conclusions and often coming up with more questions than answers. Reports flow in on new vendor possibilities and issues with existing ones that require you to analyze and determine the best course of action. Many tangible matters...
Unlike your spreadsheets, the brain does not organize anything in clean rows and columns.
I’m going to share with you excerpts from a report that was sent to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau explaining why it should practice an asset size-based exemption for its regulations. The executive summary opens: