WASHINGTON — Credit unions told their congressmen Wednesday that raising the member business lending cap will spur job growth.
WASHINGTON — It’s a risky business – made riskier with NCUA oversight of the responsibility of directors in overseeing the risks faced by their credit unions.
Here are images from the Governmental Affairs Conference that began Monday at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Keynote speakers signed, registration under way for the 2012 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference, set for March 18-22 at the Washington Convention Center.
WASHINGTON — Experts familiar with the debit interchange fight urged credit union leaders at CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference to prepare for the best on the pending rule but prepare for the worst.
Francisco “Quico” Canseco, the freshman Republican representative from Texas' 23rd District told a group of Latino credit union executives that he supports credit unions' tax exemption.
Marking one of the largest mergers in years in Washington State, two Seattle area CUs, the $564 million Watermark CU and the $544 million Sound CU, are planning to merge in 2011.
WASHINGTON — More than 800 CU industry executives and volunteers gathered at Washington's Grand Hyatt Hotel last night to honor the credit union youth, former CUNA CEO Dan Mica and Rudy Hanley, longtime CEO of SchoolsFirst CU.
WASHINGTON — Members of credit unions affiliated with CO-OP Financial Services will soon be able to deposit their checks in their credit union accounts using a smart phone.