The $15.1 billion Pentagon Federal Credit Union and the Marine Corps League have announced that the former is now the latter’s exclusive, preferred financial services affinity partner.
CEO tells Senate Banking Committee that service members should be as well prepared to deal with their finances as they are to go to battle.
Now the action goes back behind closed doors.
Through ads, Internet postings and public statements, credit unions nationwide were enjoying the public rant against big banks last week highlighted in congressional hearings and in myriad network and cable TV news shows
The $13 billion Pentagon Federal Credit Union is looking at 2010 as another year to stay lean and increase income considering the nation's "credit crisis may not be finished," according to its president/CEO Frank Pollack.
From Vermont to California, credit unions spotlighted by the national media in the current anti-big bank furor are expressing newfound delight this week at their safe-haven status.