Trade group EVP says, "We're getting Dan for a pretty good price."
Could it be that when it comes to connecting with members and creating a brand that’s different from the big bank on every corner, it’s really simple?
Community banks but not credit unions win specific mention in regulatory relief bills, but they still would help.
Heather Anderson took up the mantle of executive editor this week. With her keen intellect, wit and Midwestern work ethic, I know she’s going to do an excellent job of heading up the day-to-day editorial efforts at Credit Union Times. Her credit union background is invaluable to helping us further...
This preview from next week's print edition looks at what credit union lobbyists win, or don't win, on Capitol Hill.
I almost fell off my chair after reading the Editor’s Column, “Work Fundamentals until You Ache and Win” in the April 24 issue.
Executives hold forth on what succession planning means to them in Not for CEOs gathering at GAC.
The aim of the GAC is political advocacy, but it should also reinvigorate credit union professionals with the cooperative nature of the industry.
According to industry veteran John McKechnie, who was working on Capitol Hill back in 1986, the last time credit union tax exemption was on the Congressional chopping block, a “volatile” environment on Capitol Hill means credit unions should be vigilant when it comes to protecting their tax-exempt status in 2013.
CUNA announced new legislative priorities for 2013 that include four key agenda items: preserving the credit union tax exemption, reducing regulatory burden, engaging in housing finance reform and advancing credit union charter enhancements.