The $1.7 billion GECU of El Paso, Texas, just selected GECU Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Crystal Long to succeed President/CEO Harriet May following her retirement on March 31. Meanwhile, the $5 billion, Palo Alto, Calif.-based First Tech Credit Union is saying goodbye to President/CEO Benson Porter, who...
First winner in program for Gen Yers to be held in April at league meeting in Myrtle Beach.
In a rare case of reversals, two proposed credit union mergers–one an interstate pact in the Northwest and the other involving Louisiana CUs–were called off last week as a result of member opposition.
Main Street Financial turns down Jefferson Financial from New Orleans suburb, second merger failure reported this week.
Major mortgage lenders appear to be continuing their strategic retreat from the U.S. housing finance market, leaving credit unions with a significant opportunity that they may not be willing or able to take.
A group of nine Nebraska credit unions will roll out the “Save to Win” raffle program in three cities this week.
State Employees' Credit Union devotes extensive time, money and staff to public TV financial literacy venture.
State foundation contributed $100,000, PCUA $50,000 and $45,000 from CUAid.
Coming up with new name for Texas credit union was gradual process.
This online only article accompanies the comprehensive looks at the year gone by in the Dec. 21 Year-in-Review print edition of Credit Union Times.