Kentucky

  • States With High Deposit Rates May Need More Liquidity

    While some credit unions and banks in more than a dozen states are experiencing an increase in their average deposit rates, they may need to make some adjustments.

  • Ohio CEO Joins Eager Chorus on Cleveland Fed Panel

    Gary Soukenik, president/CEO of Seven Seventeen Credit Union, added his voice Monday to the chorus of credit union CEOs eager to become enthusiastic advocates for the industry on the newly formed Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve.

  • CU/Bank Fed Meetings Called Fruitful

    The initial reviews are in from the meeting this week between credit union CEOs, community bank CEOs and top brass of Federal Reserve banks, and so far the assessment of what was discussed on everything from interchange to Fannie/Freddie status was favorable.

  • CEOs on New Fed Panels Vow To Raise Interchange

    CEOs being appointed this month to the newly formed advisory panels of Federal Reserve district banks are eager to become CU advocates and plan to raise the debit interchange issue.

  • The Perfect Storm of Higher Education

    The credit union story from the industry's beginning includes regular people taking a do-it-yourself approach to solve seemingly insurmountable environmental pressures and creating something new.

  • Corporate America Beefs Up Member Education Program

    Corporate America Credit Union today announced it had hired Joy Breedlove, formerly vice president of educational programs with the League of Southeastern Credit Unions, to develop and execute an educational initiative for its member credit unions.

  • Small CUs Can Grow Mortgages

    Two credit unions with assets of less than $300 million have found that smaller size need not preclude them from having strong mortgage programs.

  • Mixed Election Results For CUs

    CUNA and NAFCU's PACs supported more winners than losers in the midterm elections, yet CUs still lost some key allies.

  • Paul Wins Kentucky Senate Seat

    Political newcomer Rand Paul, a favorite of credit unions and the tea party movement, has won the U.S. Senate seat in Kentucky, according to Associated Press projections.

  • Kentucky CUs Challenged to Generate More Growth

    While Kentucky credit unions are performing higher than the national average in a number of areas, the cooperatives were challenged by CUNA Mutual Group to seek out more growth strategies.

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