For the third week in a row, Northeast credit unions were doing the disaster drill, coping with flooded property, providing special loan deals to stricken members, aiding their own employees and assessing potential mortgage losses on portfolios.
The disaffiliation headache continued for CUNA this month with two large Albuquerque credit unions departing from the trade group and the Credit Union Association of New Mexico.
Speaking out on the two most recent disaffiliations from CUNA, the chairman of the Credit Union Association of New Mexico appealed anew for industry unity Tuesday, calling the CU exits “simply crazy when you consider the fast-moving events we are dealing with in Washington.”
Credit Union One of Oklahoma had just one person -William Lavin, the CEO-manning the shop this morning while the CU's 20 other employees struggled against six-foot snowdrifts.
Expanding your financial education efforts beyond the classroom walls and drawing relevant parallels from life, including pop culture, may help the lessons sink in.
NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz will hold a town hall meeting with Oregon credit union executives and will address
The Credit Union Association of Oklahoma is out looking for a new president/CEO following the sudden departure of Debra J. Ingram, its top manager since 2008.
The Credit Union Association of Oklahoma announced that its President/CEO Debra J. Ingram has left the association.
On the road to a planned merger this November, the Washington and Oregon Credit Union Leagues detailed a series of Town Hall meetings in August and September to provide member input on the consolidation plan.
Reiterating his support to the Credit Union Association of New Mexico, U.S. Rep. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), a co-sponsor of H.R. 3880 legislation to raise the member business lending cap, said the change makes fiscal sense for small businesses.