The Members Group cites results, urges issuers to retain and boost rewards programs.
It now looks like it could take until the third quarter for the Iowa Credit Union League, its processing affiliate and the National Cooperative Bank of Washington to finalize a plan to dissolve Iowa Corporate Central Credit Union and morph its correspondent services into the bank.
The Members Group, a card processing CUSO affiliated with the Iowa Credit Union League, has reminded credit unions of the opportunities presented by prepaid cards and small business members.
That tri-fold plan now nearly seven months old hatched by the Iowa Credit Union League, its processing affiliate and the $84 million Iowa Corporate Central of Des Moines to dissolve the corporate and fold its processing business into an entity run by the National Cooperative Bank of Washington remains on...
Credit unions are offering business loans at a critical time, just when other financial institutions are pulling back, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad recently said.
At a time when other financial institutions are pulling back, credit unions are offering business loans at a critical time, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad recently said.
If considered only in a glance, credit union card programs seem extrem
The former chair of the NCUA, JoAnn Johnson, is going back to supervising credit unions. Johnson was named last week by Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad as the state's new superintendent in the Iowa Division of Credit Unions.
Former NCUA Chair JoAnn Johnson, slated to become Iowa's top credit union supervisor next week, said Wednesday she is prepared to field some tough questions about excessive regulation, but she also contends industry conditions remain quite positive.
The former chair of NCUA, JoAnn Johnson, was nominated Tuesday by Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad as superintendent of the state's Division of Credit Unions.