Georgia native and former IT project manager takes over the CU Times Washington beat.
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As mobile banking goes mainstream, credit unions should adjust security standards so access is on par with brick and mortar.
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We at Credit Union Times love what we do. Like credit union professionals, we surely don’t do it for the money. We love covering the news–good and bad–of the credit union community. We believe in a free press and an educated public.
I’d like to extend a hearty thanks to Tom Greve, who has served as Credit Union Times publisher for more than four years. It came as a surprise when he announced internally that he was leaving. I know how much he has enjoyed working within the credit union community–or “movement”...
Friends, Friday, Aug. 3 will be my final day as publisher of Credit Union Times. The time has come to move on to new challenges and make room for the next generation of professionals.
Check out our second quarterly Not for CEOs event, held Monday at the ACUC, when we tackled technology.