Aggieland Credit Union, Bryan, Texas, presented Rebekah Snodgrass with a $1,000 scholarship check to attend Texas A&M University for the upcoming fall 2013 semester. Snodgrass is a recent Bryan High School graduate/ She was chosen as the scholarship winner by a panel of judges and credit union representatives. Aggieland...
This Opinion piece lays out why the credit union industry needs to capitalize on conditions now to drive membership.
Congress is currently deflecting intense pressure to roll back virtually all the increases in flood insurance premiums imposed in 2012.
Federally chartered credit unions in nine states will move from one NCUA Region to another in 2014, the agency said Thursday.
Amendment passed Tuesday would bar the rate increases by preventing FEMA from using federal funds to implement Sec. 207.
Texas economist and business school dean to speak at Catalyst Corporate confab.
The amendment passed 281-146, and the appropriations bill was later approved by the full House and sent to the Senate.
Television, radio, billboard and online ads began promoting credit unions throughout the state on June 10.
With the arrival of hurricane season each year, credit unions know they need to pay more attention to preparing for disasters, particularly to protect members’ account records and related information.
Radio ad includes the line: “Now is the time to hurricane proof your money" as 2013 storm season begins Saturday.