Check out what three credit union industry leaders have to say about how to get your point across and why you need to.
In last month’s Cooperative Trust column, Erin Steffen’s message was clear: Don’t be afraid to up sell your products to members, and start considering technology channels as critical components of your service. [See CU Times, April 4, page 17.]
When asked how he sees the state of business services and lending among credit unions, Larry Middleman teeters on optimism and concern.
Credit union managers from Maryland and California have been named as finalists for the second-annual CO-OP Think Prize.
Potential applicants have a month to file.
As someone who believes in creating opportunities, the concept wait and see simply does not compute for Matt Weidler, information systems asset analyst at Evangelical Christian Credit Union.
A bankruptcy court is scheduled to hear a case between the $1.2 billion Evangelical Christian Credit Union and Lehman Brothers Inc. on a foreclosed property in limbo as the investment firm revises its Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan.
Matt Weidler, IT coordinator for Evangelical Christian Credit Union, has won the first THINK prize for his idea to allow consumers to access their funds from ATMs via mobile phones.
Winner to be named tonight from among three credit union staff innovators.
The CEO of the $1.2 billion Evangelical Christian CU is on a new panel created in response to a U.S. senator's inquiry on financial accountability.