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  • Pendulik Tackles Low Demand for Loans

    Over his 37-year career in financial services, James Pendulik frequently pulls from an old sports expression: "You need to have the horses." The senior vice president, chief financial officer and chief operating officer at the $238 million Fairfax County Federal Credit Union in Fairfax, Va., refers to the idiom when...

  • Banks Fall Short in Cross Selling Investment Products

    When it comes to cross selling investment products to the affluent, banks in the United States have experienced limited success compared to Canadian banks.

  • People

    Nassau Educators Federal Credit Union, Westbury, N.Y., announced that Michael Egan concluded his 27-year-long career with the credit union when he

  • Pentagon, USAA Tie Knot

    Members of the $14.7 billion Pentagon Federal Credit Union will have access to a range of investment and insurance products through a new partnership with USAA.

  • Jeff Post Interview Transcript

    Read the complete transcript of an interview between Credit Union Times Editor-in-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke and CUNA Mutual CEO Jeff Post.

  • A View From CUNA Mutual's Jeff Post

    As with all other credit union vendors, credit unions' pain is CUNA Mutual's pain.

  • Social Media Serves Up the Good, the Bad and the Exciting

    Social media isn't just for kids anymore. It has become mainstream and we receive more questions about it from our advisers each year.

  • Mich. Regulator Halts Ponzi 'Hydra' That Snared CU

    Calling it a "multilevel Ponzi hydra" that promised sky-high returns in the crude oil bond market, the Michigan Office of Finance and Insurance Regulation said it has stopped a Ponzi scheme

  • Branching Out

    First Community Credit Union, Manchester, Mo., held a grand opening celebration for its newest branch.

  • Risk-Averse Members Crave Reassurance

    Toxic assets, bailouts and stimulus are words we have heard almost every day in 2009 from the broadcast news outlets, on the Internet and in our newspapers.

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