ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — An undercurrent of concern about how card processor FIS was handling some of its ongoing information security problems was not enough to dissuade 321 payment executives from 131 credit unions that use the processor from meeting April 25-29 to celebrate card success and strategy.
WASHINGTON—Despite the loss of interchange income and mounting compliance requirements, overall credit unions feel more confident about their future than in recent years. CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney opened GAC last week by telling member credit unions that the cooperatives are on the rise thanks to recovering financials and unprecedented media...
In this preview of a GAC article from next week's print edition, CUNA's Bill Cheney, NCUA Board Chair Debbie Matz and others hold forth.
WASHINGTON — Credit unions are on the rise, thanks to unprecedented media attention and recovering financials, CUNA President Bill Cheney told the GAC on Monday morning.
Kristen Christian, the Los Angeles art dealer, will speak at the CUNA GAC on March 18-22 in Washington, D.C., and at CSCU's annual conference in St. Petersburg, Fla. on April 25-29.
Across the country, Occupy movements are keeping a spotlight on joining credit unions.