New NCUA board member says he looks forward to addressing the challenges facing the credit union industry.
NCUA Board Member Fryzel responds to a recent CU Times column bemoaning Washington and rulemaking.
In 1990, there were five credit unions with more than a billion dollars in assets. In 2013, there were 207. Trends like that are ignored at their own risk.
Thirty-three year agency veteran was director of the Dodd-Frank mandated Office of Minority and Women Inclusion.
Do you remember when Burger King extolled the size of its hamburgers with the jingle, “The bigger the burger the better the burger, the burgers are bigger at Burger King?”
Before social media took over, there was this strange form of communication called face-to-face conversation. Two people would actually stand in the same room, look at one another and exchange thoughts and ideas through verbal interaction. For those of you who remember this form of communication, you may recall that...
Recently, there has been conversation about a petition put forth by an individual seeking to secure a seat on the NCUA Board. The campaign to secure a position is based on the premise that a candidate for the office should be required to take a litmus test to confirm that...
It is that time of year again, time for the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference. Thousands of credit union professionals and volunteers will come to our nation’s capital to hear speakers ranging from television and sports personalities, authors, senators and congressman to federal regulators.
Blankenberger is currently the associate regional director for programs at the NCUA’s Region IV office in Austin, Texas.
The recently released report on unbanked and underbanked households by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation should be yet another wake-up call for financial institutions across this country and especially credit unions.