Oklahoma’s credit unions face challenges that sound pretty familiar throughout the industry: compliance burdens, low investment returns, corporate assessments and a lackluster economy. But thankfully for credit unions in the Sooner State, the highs and lows of the real estate market experienced in other states isn’t part of that mix.
Economic winds don't blow as harshly in Oklahoma as for many others, NCUA state-by-state statistics show. Credit unions cite low unemployment, real estate stability.
No damage reports from violent storms in the plains.
Prodded by both the bank and credit union lobbies, Oklahoma lawmakers may join their Michigan counterparts in urging a halt to implementation of the Federal Reserve's interchange fee rules.
Oklahoma lawmakers may soon join their Michigan counterparts in urging a halt to implementation of the Federal Reserve's interchange fee rules.
Credit Union One of Oklahoma had just one person -William Lavin, the CEO-manning the shop this morning while the CU's 20 other employees struggled against six-foot snowdrifts.
Scores of credit unions across a wide swath of the Midwest and Texas/Oklahoma began invoking business continuity and disaster procedures Wednesday in the wake of a massive winter storm.
Gary Jones, the former president/CEO of a since-merged Tulsa, Okla. credit union, is the new head of the Credit Union Association of Oklahoma.
The Credit Union Association of Oklahoma has a new president/CEO: Gary Jones, former head of a Tulsa CU who has been serving as interim CEO of the trade group since July.
The Credit Union Association of Oklahoma is out looking for a new president/CEO following the sudden departure of Debra J. Ingram, its top manager since 2008.