Mary Cunningham, the retired CEO of the now-merged USA Federal Credit Union in San Diego and former chairman of CUES and the National Credit Union Foundation, has become a director of FoolProof.
Now set to complete its merger of the $605 million USA Federal Credit Union of San Diego, the $43 billion Navy
The $43 billion Navy Federal Credit Union, on course to complete its merger of the $605 million USA Federal CU of San Diego, is providing new USA Federal members a yearend timeline on the integration process of products and services.
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 $41 billion Navy Federal Credit Union announced Sept. 13 it will merge the $605 million United Services of America FCU of San Diego, which fell to 2.76% net worth as of June 30.
The NCUA-rejected sale of the $600 million United Services of America FCU's South Korean and Japanese branches was worth as much as $30 million, California Credit Union League Interim CEO Dave Chatfield said.
The world's largest credit union, the $40 billion Navy Federal Credit Union, confirmed last week its interest in acquiring the ailing $634 million USA Federal Credit Union of San Diego.
Navy Federal Credit Union confirmed Wednesday it is sending an executive team to San Diego next week to explore merger prospects with the troubled $634 million USA Fed CU, which for some weeks has been actively soliciting potential suitors.
The $41 billion Navy Federal Credit Union today announced it will merge the $604 million United Services of America Federal Credit Union.