Invitation to speak at House hearing on community banking bill a good first step.
For possibly the first time, credit unions last week testified before a joint subcommittee hearing on the Communities First Act, legislation that was drafted by a former community banker primarily to benefit community banks. Kudos to the trades for getting the invites; that’s a first step toward gaining greater recognition...
Big news has been popping up all over the credit union industry, and while I’ve written about these topics before, they deserve follow up and re-examination.
Lessons from Bank Transfer Day and the nomination of Carla Decker.
Here is a slide show of some of the speakers at the NAFCU Congressional Caucus in Washington's historic Mayflower Hotel this week.
As the credit union industry heads toward the largest conference of the year, CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference, it's important to think about the significance of grassroots.
Thomas Candon, NASCUS chairman and deputy commissioner of the Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities & Health Care Administration in Vermont, discussed what his department is seeing at CUs and the internal struggles regulators are facing.
Most of us can agree that we didn't begin our careers with credit unions because it was a way to get rich but because the movement is something we believe in.
Listen to an audio file of CUNA's political strategists discussing the results of the elections and the role their trade association's political action committee played in helping credit union supporters on the campaign trail.
Credit Union Times Washington Reporter Claude Marx sat down with CUNA?s top two political strategists Richard Gose and Trey Hawkins to discuss the results of ...