More than 24,700 Georgians joined credit unions in 2011 wooed by lower fees and better rates.
WASHINGTON — The new chairman of CUNA called on credit unions to adjust their non-profit/pro-service message to one more closely aligned to the times.
Mike Mercer, president/CEO of Georgia Credit Union Affiliates, has been named chairman of CUNA.
This week's promotions, hires, announcements.
From auto lending to small business loans, Georgia’s credit unions are helping members adopt a “new normal” lifestyle of saving and frugality.
Georgia members are opting to keep their current vehicles longer rather than pay for a new or used automobile.
Skittish about the cost of a new or used automobile, 77.1% of Georgia credit union members keeping vehicles longer.
LAS VEGAS -- Can corporates promise members they won't again leverage risk to chase yield and avoid a fourth systemic crisis?
Credit unions are in the risk business. If you don't take risk, you go out of business. It's as simple as that. However, take too much risk and you go out of business, too.
LAS VEGAS -- Given the current focus on how to replace lost investment revenue, how can corporates promise members they won't again leverage risk and experience a fourth systemic crisis?