ABA Economist Keith Leggett says a lot of controversial things about credit unions. Here are five of his best.
Industry nemesis Leggett will retire from the banking trade association, but will continue writing his critical Credit Union Watch blog.
What should the credit union industry's top leaders receive for Christmas gifts?
A U.S. Treasury program that placed some money from the Troubled Asset Relief Program with community development banks and credit unions received a mixed grade from the Government Accountability Office.
Credit unions that took TARP funds aren't performing as well as those that didn't.
Credit union CEOs who manage more than $250 million in assets earn more in base salary and total compensation than their banking counterparts do, according to the 2013 CUES Executive Compensation Survey, released Aug. 2.
Apples vs. oranges, industry types say, especially when talking about publicly traded banks.
Community banks but not credit unions win specific mention in regulatory relief bills, but they still would help.
This preview from next week's print edition looks at what credit union lobbyists win, or don't win, on Capitol Hill.
A couple of state legislatures have recognized the value of credit union directors’ work toward maintaining a safe and sound credit union. Washington State and Tennessee credit union regulators recently permitted state-chartered credit unions there to compensate board members for their time. This was a wise move for a number...