How words are banned, CUSOs are regulated and board members are and aren't appointed are some examples of a world gone mad.
I was galled at the childishness of bankers in Vermont putting the regulator up to blocking a credit union from using the term “banking” in its marketing materials, and the state regulator for his, at best, naiveté. Readers had the same reaction as you can see from the comments posted...
In 2012, Bruce Foulke, the president/CEO of the $1.1 billion American Heritage Federal Credit Union of Philadelphia, ranks among the CU doers, or is, as the World Council of Credit Unions puts it, “a special breed” when it comes to overseas charity work.
Donations of cash and rice helped feed the hungry in paradise.
More than 200 employees of the $2 billion Tinker FCU participated in the second year of the Oklahoma credit union's hand2hand volunteer weekend.
Marking its largest single donation to date, the Virginia Credit Union League through its foundation has contributed $35,000 to a statewide food bank organization.
Belvoir Federal Credit Union, Woodbridge, Va., catered a smorgasbord of Thanksgiving dishes to 15 soldiers who were unable to take leave during the holiday season due to their meticulous training on Fort Belvoir.
Alliant Credit Union, Chicago, announced that its charitable organization, Alliant Credit Union Foundation, has recently completed its first year of operations,
While 11 Oklahoma state agencies have put in place furlough plans for their employees, Oklahoma Employees Credit Union is bracing for even more salary cuts among its members this year.