corporate services

  • CUNA Board Races

    The urge to serve the industry during what one CEO called "a very exciting and anxious period" coupled with heightened interest in dealing with the corporate dilemma are apparently

  • Dykstra Says Talks with Five Corporates Held

    The new head of the California/Nevada Credit Union League, Diana Dykstra, joined the industry chorus Tuesday against CUs making hasty decisions on corporate services, stressing initial system recommendations may be at hand in a matter of weeks.

  • Oh, What a Tangled Web CUs and Regulators Weave

    Credit union executives are in this hurry up and wait mode when it comes to corporate services. Credit unions are being encouraged not to bail out of their corporates, even the NCUA-created bridges over troubled waters,

  • Report Recommends Corp Evolution

    CUNA's Corporate Credit Union Next Steps Working Group released its report Sept. 20, announcing the Terry West-chaired team thinks the current corporate system might evolve into the best provider of credit union financial services.

  • Emerson: Constitution Corp Recapitalization Not a Priority

    Credit Union League of Connecticut President/CEO Tony Emerson didn't have much to say about NCUA's decision to not grant Constitution Corporate FCU a bridge charter.

  • People

    Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union, Aberdeen, Md., announced that Carole Fraser, APGFCU's assistant manager of support services, has been awarded the designation of certified individual retirement account professional,

  • Think Firm Adds Lending, Credit Risk Specialist

    Financial services technology veteran Christine Pratt has joined Aite Group in Boston and will head up the research and advisory firm's new work on lending and credit risk.

  • New CUNA Group Ponders 'Next Steps' for Corporates

    CUNA announced today it is forming a 12-member "Next Steps Corporate Credit Union Working Group" it hopes will provide an organizational framework so credit unions can maintain access to traditional corporate services at a reasonable cost.

  • Few Look for Corporate Alternatives

    Problems at corporate credit unions aren't driving a mass exodus of members seeking other providers.

  • CUs Aren't Joining FHLBSF to Replace WesCorp

    Despite problems in the corporate credit union system, the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco is not reporting an increase in credit unions signing up for membership.

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