WASHINGTON — The plight of postal credit unions, now facing tough decisions on branch closings and member assistance, was on the minds of some GAC attendees.
WASHINGTON — The new chairman of CUNA called on credit unions to adjust their non-profit/pro-service message to one more closely aligned to the times.
Images from Tuesday at the Governmental Affairs Conference at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON — The breakout session theme was plain: Social media matter – and you can do them.
WASHINGTON — Efforts to raise the business lending cap have been the only part of the jobs act that would actually create jobs, Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) says.
WASHINGTON — Robert Schumacher, longtime National Credit Union Foundation leader and volunteer, was a surprise honoree Monday night at the GAC.
We can all agree that some agreement needs to be reached in the broadest sense. Take for example the idea of existing to serve the members.
Sitting in the sessions at the Governmental Affairs Conference or during impromptu networking sessions in the halls of the Washington Convention Center, GAC attendees are all mulling over the great successes and challenges that credit unions are experiencing every day. One thing is clear: Now more than ever is a...
CUNA President Bill Cheney took time last week to answer questions in advance of this week’s Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington. Below are edited excerpts of the Q&A session.
A group young credit union professionals have been gearing up to crash CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference again this year.