I think that Newt Gingrich may be right about credit unions being government-sponsored enterprises. Consultant Dennis Dollar and others have criticized the presidential candidate and former speaker of the House for describing credit unions as GSEs.
The last few years have been very interesting to comment on the news and, while some things have slowed down, now is no different. Many issues from credit union management to matters in Washington continue to evolve and deserve commentary.
Credit union consulting firm Dollar Associates LLC announced last week that it will add executive recruiting to its list of services offered to the credit union industry beginning in 2012.
Many issues from credit union management to matters in Washington continue to evolve and deserve commentary.
Presidential candidate again misspeaks on credit unions, raising question if its intentional or lack of understanding. Either is troublesome.
Executive recruiting has been added to the list of services offered by the Alabama consultancy run by former NCUA Board chairman Dennis Dollar.
Shortly before year end, NCUA announced it had launched two new websites to increase transparency of the corporate resolution system.
The tough NCUA financial literacy requirements for credit union volunteer directors came as a loud wake-up call on Jan. 27, 2011. And the provision came with a requirement that all new directors had to gain financial literacy within six months of their election.
It started simply enough. Bank of America announced, and later reversed, a decision to charge debit card users a $5 fee.
If John Worth worked at the United Nations, he might be helping delegates understand a language that is quite different from their native tongues.