With the philosophy of life being too short to do something you don’t enjoy, seven and a half years ago Nathan Anderson, chief operating officer at Mountain America Credit Union, had an opportunity to take his career in a different direction and has never looked back.
Kinecta-NuVision merger delayed while three-way Ohio merger moved forward; each with a CEO in charge of two credit unions at once.
The wardrobe options may have been what initially drew Denise Wymore, vice president of member loyalty at Santa Fe, N.M.-based Del Norte Credit Union to credit unions, but the ability to make a real difference in people’s lives has been what has kept her going 31 years later.
In the span of just 12 months, a revolution in financial transactions has occurred. Mobile banking has shifted from nice to have to must have at credit unions across the country as a stampede of institutions have embraced the idea that members demand the convenience of banking from the palm...
Reflecting upon the life of Steve Jobs, I’ve thought about what the credit union industry can learn from the many great things said and accomplished by the man who helped build Apple.
MACUMA honors Tony Johnson and Bill Brooks with Lifetime Achievement awards.
Steve Jobs has been on a medical leave of absence from Apple since early this year. As I’m writing this, he just announced that he was no longer able to carry out his duties as CEO of Apple. It is sad news when anyone has to give up their passion...
Lesson in Steve Jobs resignation may be that continuing success depends on succession.
Another credit union announced last week that it was taking a step in the direction of removing tellers from its branches.
Credit union mergers don’t always have to be quickie marriages or emotionally driven consolidations.