Hearing on proposed cease-and-desist order set for Wednesday.
Vermont’s regulator, now at the center of a bank-credit union scrap over the use of “bank” and “banking” in credit union advertising, last week set Aug. 22 as the date for a preliminary conference hearing on a proposed cease and desist order against the $600 million Vermont State Employees Credit...
Group considers taking 'Members for Credit Union Democracy' idea nationwide.
Robert Simpson to hear VSECU 'banking' case.
Credit union finding common ground with activists.
Eight months after Bank Transfer Day, Kristen Christian, its California founder, reiterated her gratitude to both industry leaders as well as frontline staffers for providing her a life-changing appreciation of credit unions, something that she said has made her a better American.
Eric Davis, the Occupy activist who was elected to the board of the $346 million Vermont Federal Credit Union board, has attended his first meeting.
Vermont’s fourth largest credit union, the $346 million Vermont Federal Credit Union, may be charting new ground in dealing with the Occupy movement. It now has a Burlington activist on its board.
Bank Transfer Day founder Kristen Christian says she's grateful to the credit union industry while a Vermont Occupy activist says the credit is misplaced.
University of Vermont research assistant wins spot on credit union board after contested, publicized campaign.