A Wyoming CEO says merging the Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming leagues will save money but that how well the merger would work remains unknown.
Three South Dakota credit unions including Dakotaland FCU, the state’s third largest, have rejoined the Credit Union Association of the Dakotas and with CUNA.
The proposed trade group combining Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming credit union leagues has settled on a new name: Mountain West Credit Union Association.
The $250 million E Federal Credit Union headquartered in Baton Rouge announced Tyler Grodi as its new president/CEO, effective May 2.
“Mountain West Credit Union Association” has been picked as the designated new name for the soon-to-be-merged Arizona-Colorado-Wyoming leagues.
Picture a credit union universe without corporate credit unions. Not a one. ProDraft Services, a Bismark, N.D., CUSO, insists that such a world is not only possible, it may actually be better for credit unions.
Several credit unions in the Dakotas have the distinction that many of their peers elsewhere probably wished they had: a permanent exemption from the member business lending cap.
As forecast in September-and months before that-the merger route for corporates is quickly coming home to roost with predictions that more plans might surface this month.
Finding real brand confusion among lawmakers and the public, Mid-America Credit Union is doing a name switch. It's now the Credit Union Association of the Dakotas.
Mid-America Credit Union Association has named Robbie Thompson as its new president/CEO. Thompson is vice president and general counsel at the $280 million Members Cooperative Credit Union of Cloquet, Minn.