Regarding Editor-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke’s column in the May 1 issue: Attracting and retaining qualified board members are critical challenges for credit unions. Similarly, board members deserve recognition for their responsibilities and also for their time, work and contributions. There is no debate about these points.
Measure passes state Senate; would give state-chartered credit unions same powers as out-of-state credit unions doing business there.
Geraldine Burek of the $54 million South Division Credit Union in Evergreen Park re-elected chair.
This Opinion piece looks at using mobile technology to streamline communication and improve governance for credit union boards.
There are some good reasons to pay credit union board members. But why aren't the bankers objecting?>
The NCUA has contradicted itself regarding the basis of a member’s lawsuit against the $161 million St. Helens Community FCU of St. Helen, Ore., and the examples of those contradictions are documented and working their way into court.
If credit unions want to stay two steps ahead of their competitors, a lofty yet doable goal is ensuring that their boards, supervisory committees and auditors put their differences aside and get on the same page
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a new law Monday that gives state-chartered credit unions the option to pay board members.
Measure would make Washington the 11th state to allow board member pay.
Roger McClure leaving on April 28 after 36 years of leadership at Twin Cities credit union.