Sarah Snell Cooke stops by CUbroadcast to discuss the state of the credit union industry.
Big banks with great locations have failed and required bailouts, while credit unions run out of the backs of churches have been doing fine for decades.
Women are good at networking with other women.
Print advertisement next to article about same company in May 23 edition was unintentional but opportunity to explain how things work at Credit Union Times.
The examination process at the NCUA went on trial last week. Not before a court but before Congress, though it could end up in court, too.
Every year new executives coming in and “more mature” ones retiring and it seemed like 2011 had more than its share. The turnover has plusses and minuses. Of course some credit unions could use the fresh blood while others are losing solid leaders. The industry must ensure a strong, fresh...
With prominent retirements, now's the opportunity.
At the beginning of each year, pundits rely on the old trusty trends they saw over the last year, what they see for the coming year and New Year’s resolutions. That’s what readers expect and there’s a comfort in getting what you expect.
I know what I’m talking about at least half the time: my 2011 predictions were hit and miss.
Invitation to speak at House hearing on community banking bill a good first step.