Kansas Credit Union Association moves to new digs in Wichita
Three years ago, when the financial situations of many Americans began heading for a fall, the New York City-based, $1.6 billion, 320,000-member Municipal Credit Union took the opportunity to advertise how its services could help consumers manage their struggles.
Wichita merger follows Credit Union of America's announcement it's buying the Kansas league's headquarters building.
Wichita's Credit Union of America cites competitor's new fees, also moving into former league headquarters.
Last month, the Kansas Credit Union Association formed CUnext: Young Leaders of Kansas, a state-wide educational and networking group for 18- to 30-year-old credit union employees, and it isn’t the first group of its kind.
The big winter storm barreling down on the Midwest today forced closing of some credit union offices in a number of states.
Kansas Credit Union Association President/CEO Marla Marsh and two credit union executives are scheduled to testify at next week's congressional field hearings on the financial crisis.