Amazing leaders and the pursuit of constructive change are just a couple things the credit union industry can be grateful for this year.
A December reconsideration of the dual membership requirement leaves leagues and credit unions in suspense.
Joint CFA-CUNA survey finds 44% of Americans don’t have the funds to cover an unexpected $1,000 expense.
CUNA, NAFCU, the ABA and NASCUS react to the NCUA’s passing of hotly-contested proposals.
Professionals make numerous career moves in early November. Plus, the California league honors CU leaders.
League becomes the seventh state association to support CUNA’s controversial requirement.
League CEO Greg Michlig becomes CUNA’s deputy chief engagement officer.
The Georgia Credit Union League board will vote on membership choice in February.
The trade association is the fourth to publicly reject CUNA's dual membership requirement.
The Ohio Credit Union League joins Michigan and the Southeastern leagues in allowing members to refuse mandatory CUNA membership.