The disaffiliation headache continued for CUNA this month with two large Albuquerque credit unions departing from the trade group and the Credit Union Association of New Mexico.
With voting set to start this week, CUNA members representing a group of the smallest credit unions will be facing a contested election for one of the seats on the CUNA board of directors.
The nation's attention may be on the Nov. 2 mid-terms but there's plenty of election-year jockeying this month for the CUNA Board of Directors.
The online fallout from the "Credit Union Bailout" headlines continued last week.
Pulling out all the stops, the credit union trades were in damage control mode all last week to tamp down public worries about credit union safety and soundness and a "credit union bailout,"
The media blitz by both CUNA and NAFCU to counter the negative "credit union bailout" message went into high gear today with new videos and top brass keeping in contact with TV producers and financial reporters on the corporate crisis.
With several thousand attendees, exhibitors and speakers converging on Washington for CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference,
For the third straight day, the snowstorm and blizzard conditions across a broad swath of the Mid-Atlantic and lower New England regions kept credit unions closed once again.