More than 24,700 Georgians joined credit unions in 2011 wooed by lower fees and better rates.
WASHINGTON — The new chairman of CUNA called on credit unions to adjust their non-profit/pro-service message to one more closely aligned to the times.
Mike Mercer, president/CEO of Georgia Credit Union Affiliates, has been named chairman of CUNA.
This week's promotions, hires, announcements.
Saving for a rainy day continues to be a top priority for some Georgia credit union members.
Nearly 47% say they plan to spend less this season, according to the Georgia Credit Union Affiliates.
From auto lending to small business loans, Georgia’s credit unions are helping members adopt a “new normal” lifestyle of saving and frugality.
Georgia members are opting to keep their current vehicles longer rather than pay for a new or used automobile.
Skittish about the cost of a new or used automobile, 77.1% of Georgia credit union members keeping vehicles longer.
More consumers joined credit unions in Georgia in 2010 and increased their savings at the cooperatives, the Georgia Credit Union Affiliates said today.