It’s been nearly two years since the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, which for the first time since the Great Depression allows interest to be paid on business checking accounts.
A visitor sitting in on a typical credit union board meeting is likely to see 61-year-old white males who have served for more than a decade and are planning to continue their service for many years to come.
Board diversity is important to credit union growth, a new CUNA report says. More in this print preview from next week's print edition of Credit Union Times.
The typical credit union board member is a 61‐year‐old white male, has served for well over a decade and has a better-than-average chance of serving for years to come.
Identifying those credit unions with strategies to aid small businesses and take them into the future is the focus of a new, free CUNA Community Credit Union Committee white paper.
"Best Practices in Credit Union Efficiency" is the first of four, free white papers being offered by the CUNA Community Credit Union Committee.