CHICAGO — Spirited exchange marks a final-day session at CO-OP Financial Services’ THINK 13 conference.
National Cooperative Bank executive calls banks' BSA reasons for dumping credit unions "an excuse."
Final arbitration award documents obtained by Credit Union Times reveal a legal dispute between Ken Burns and the billion-dollar Tech CU, where he formerly served in the corner office.
As of Dec. 31, Shiloh of Alexandria FCU reported 16.52% net worth, 1.08% delinquent loans, no charge offs and ROA of 1.37%.
Arbitrator rules that Burns was negotiating merger with Patelco while serving as Tech CU's CEO.
Small Ohio credit union says it will work with state's league and CUNA to further cause of examination reform.
Outgoing CEO, board chair agree that resignation is voluntary; Burns says he seeks new challenge.
Boston-area credit union founded in 1917 now to make move to mutual co-operative bank charter.
Board chairman confirms exit of CEO of four years at $3.9 billion California credit union.
Members will cast their vote Monday on whether to convert the $1.8 billion HarborOne CU in Brockton, Mass., to a mutual co-operative bank charter.