As 2012 comes to an end, many credit unions marked another momentous year when it came to growing their member rosters.
Many credit unions had a banner 2012 in member growth. But many didn't. This print preview from next week's edition explores that issue.
In the aftermath of the NCUA’s release of second-quarter data, several interesting pieces made their way to my inbox last week. One analysis that stirred quite a bit of debate came from The Financial Brand, stating that if current merger and closure trends continue, there will be half the...
The only way to change the trend is to increase the relevancy at the lagging smaller credit unions (and a couple of the larger ones, too) that members apparently feel are irrelevant.
As drought-stricken businesses across the country are in dire need of assistance, the Obama administration asked the regulators to find ways to provide aid. The NCUA responded by informing 1,003 credit unions of their eligibility for low-income designation and allowing them to opt-in rather than slogging through paperwork.
For fun, let’s pick apart what the Independent Community Bankers Association said about the NCUA’s move.
A mission trip to Malawi, Africa has given Tom Glatt Jr., owner of Glatt Consulting, a new perspective.