Editor's Note: This is a corrected version of the article that was published in the June 8, 2011, edition of Credit Union Times.
Accept this reality: How corporate credit unions were will not be again, at least not soon.
Members United Bridge panel selects new name, plans May webinars on new corporate's details.
Credit Union Times feature, Vox Populi. We pose a question, and industry executives sound off on a timely topic.
Members United Bridge has gotten the go-ahead from the NCUA to circulate its recapitalization plan for a new corporate credit union.
Anytime, anywhere: that’s today’s financial services mantra. But what CU members want and what they get are not always in alignment, especially with mobile apps.
The Charter Advisory Group of Members United Bridge now is taking big steps to prepare for a post-bridge existence as a stand-alone corporate, said John Fiore, CEO of the Motorola Employees Credit Union, speaking in his capacity as chairman of the CAG.
The Charter Advisory Group of Members United Bridge has disclosed that it recently filed an official application with NCUA to charter a new corporate credit union.
With credit unions and banks vying to be consumers' primary financial institution, how does the branch factor in?