The rebound in auto sales presents opportunities for credit unions. Find out more in this preview from our July 25 print edition.
Getting to 8% of the U.S. mortgage market has been a long time in the making–a virtual overnight success after almost four decades of hard work by tens of thousands of truly special credit union staffers.
Credit union vehicle loans outstanding have dropped 2.2% so far in 2012 but lending activity is still higher than it was a year ago.
Pent-up consumer demand and greater access to credit are among the factors fueling vehicle sales these days.
WASHINGTON—Robert Schumacher, longtime National Credit Union Foundation leader and volunteer, was a surprise recipient of an Anchor Award at the annual dinner honoring people and institutions that have exhibited particular leadership and innovation. Past Anchor Award winners have included former NCUA Board Chairman Dennis Dollar and the leaders of the...
WASHINGTON — Robert Schumacher, longtime National Credit Union Foundation leader and volunteer, was a surprise honoree Monday night at the GAC.
In a historic bid to chart new legal ground on community charters, a Kentucky federal credit union has converted to a state charter, marking the first such switch in the state in 30 years.
Credit union leaders were among the thousands attending the long-planned and long-awaited dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.
A robust recovery of vehicle sales may not been seen anytime soon as long as unemployment remains high.
The National Credit Union Foundation has identified the winners of two of the three winners of Herb Wegner Awards for 2012.