Credit Union National Association

  • People in the News

    This week's promotions, hires, announcements.

  • Congressional Backing for Cherry Blossom Run

    Congressional Federal Credit Union announced today that 188 members of Congress have agreed to serve as honorary race chairs for the Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run 5K Run-Walk.

  • CU Exec Attends CFPB Meeting

    Robert Allen, CEO of the 218,000-member, $4 billion Teachers Federal Credit Union, joined executives from Citibank, Bank of America and other banks to tell the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau how his CU and CUs in general handle checking accounts and overdraft protections.

  • CU Exec Participates in CFPB Roundtable

    Robert Allen, CEO of the 218,000 member, $4 billion Teachers Federal Credit Union, joined executives from Citibank, Bank of America and other banks.

  • Credit Unions Have 700,000 New Members. Here’s How to Keep Them for the Long Run

    It’s an opportunity credit unions shouldn’t waste. The sun is shining; it’s time to make hay.

  • 42 Graduate CUDE Training from NCUF

    The National Credit Union Foundation said that 42 credit union executives from two countries graduated from its weeklong Credit Union Developme

  • Awards

    Arizona State Credit Union, Phoenix, was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America during its Copper Anvil Awards for its excellence in public

  • Awards

    Allied Solutions, Carmel, Ind., representative Amy Skeptaris received a "Special Teams Player" award from Credit Union West of St. Paul, Minn. The award

  • Dykstra Will Lead California and Nevada Leagues

    Diana Dykstra has been named the new president/CEO of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, the organizations announced today. She will begin her new role Oct. 18.

  • CU Executive: Interchange Law Will Mean Fees For Members

    A credit union executive will tell a House Small Business Committee's Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations that the new federal interchange rules will mean his CU will have to start charging members for using debit cards.

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