Thrivent Credit Union's sponsor is contemplating change that could sharply increase pool of potential credit union members.
Here's an audio-visual roundup of some of the best speakers and ideas shared at the CU Water Cooler Symposium held Oct. 4-5 in Nashville, Tenn.
At the Credit Union Enterprise Risk Management conference earlier this month, a senior official at the NCUA declared that the agency is taking a more qualitative approach rather than quantitative in its examinations. Tim Segerson, deputy director of the Office of Examination and Insurance, acknowledged that credit unions that don’t...
How to turn the good ship NCUA around is among questions pondered in this week's column from Sarah Snell Cooke, Credit Union Times' editor/publisher.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Are credit unions losing their souls?
The email from a usually voluble credit union executive who had been asked to comment on the secrecy that surrounds compensation of top managers at federally chartered credit unions said, “Too touchy of a subject for me. Sorry.”
The unconference this year features range of speakers and topics and a Not for CEOs event hosted by Credit Union Times.
Credit union "silent majority" cited by bank lobby speak up against MBL cap hike. In-depth look in this article from next week's print edition.
Two Technology Credit Union members have joined forces to fight the potential coversion to a bank charter. Carlos Rodriguez and Robert Marinace announced July 18 the creation of “Save TCU,” a group to organize other members opposed to the move.
Lobbyist claims few credit unions want MBL cap increase.