Heather Anderson’s Oct. 2 article, The Lowdown on Serving Low-Income Populations: Executive Editor’s Column, presented an honest and unbiased view of the challenges in providing financial services to less-affluent members of society: the population the credit union movement came into existence to serve.
Nicholas Ballasy has joined Credit Union Times as the publication’s Washington reporter.
Credit unions talk a good game about wanting to serve low-income populations.
Perhaps it’s the lack of teleprompters or the relatively small room, but this year’s NAFCU Congressional Caucus provided intimate, and at times revealing, speeches from lawmakers.
Many years ago, I learned deceit doesn’t pay. Not for me, at least. I’m a what-you-see-is-what-you-get kind of person. That straightforward quality makes me a great reporter, but I’d be a lousy politician. I can’t lie to save my life—just ask my mother, or all the traffic cops who have...
More loans. It’s the battle cry of almost every credit union in America, if not all of them.
Keep it simple, stupid.
Be careful when you complain about something at work, because it just might become your new job.
NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel's term has expired but he serves on. The corporate credit union crisis is part three of this three-part video interview.
New executive editor marks end to weekly columns from editor/publisher.