Sixteen state leagues merge in past six years.
Credit unions are increasingly becoming the lender of choice for members in Michigan.
When Jim Perna started working at piano maker Wurlitzer in Detroit circa 1962, the city had a vibrancy that was contagious, heady and colorful.
How do you steer a brand out front, convince all involved of the potential savings and still deliver a suite of products and services to credit unions, hopefully, seamlessly? Consider a merger.
League, credit union CEOs, board members studying NCUA's proposal to charge fees to examine, allow derivatives use.
As credit unions hunker down in defense of their federal tax exemption, the industry does have one thing in its favor. There are no known enemies among leadership on the House Ways and Means or Senate Finance Committees.
These powerful leaders oversee financial institutions and the NCUA, originate tax reform and wield considerable influence.
LEVERAGE has joined with Strategic Partners and CU Solutions Group to acquire Credit Union Vendor Management in Morrison, Colo.
The industry push to promote improved savings behavior among consumers while also drawing new business was ratcheted up with a pilot initiative involving 20 credit unions and sponsored by Filene Research Institute and SaveUp, a fledgling San Francisco firm.
Go big or go home. Those five words outline exactly what is happening with the proposed merger of $1.8 billion Warrenville, Ill.-based Alloya with $1.5 billion Southfield. Mich.-based CenCorp. It’s a marriage of corporate credit unions that, if approved by CenCorp members and regulators, will produce an entity with assets...