Minnesota

  • People

    The $789 million Charter Oak Federal Credit Union in Groton, Conn., named Michael Ballirano manager of its new branch to open in June at its new headquarters complex in Waterford, Conn. He currently is manager of Charter Oak's Montville and Niantic branches and joined the credit union in 2011.

  • NCUF, Filene Piloting Subprime Auto Loans

    The loan is one of five products in Filene's accessible financial services incubator.

  • Hash Retires from MECU: People in the News

    Find out who will succeed Hash at MECU, and other credit union industry new hires, promotions and retirement announcements.

  • People

    The $380 million People's Credit Union in Middletown, R.I., promoted Cheryl Costa to branch manager at its Portsmouth location. Costa joined the credit union in March 2013 as assistant branch manager in Newport after working in several positions with Bank of America.

  • Seeking News Ways to Gather the Members

    Encouraging member participation at annual meetings has become increasingly important in recent years with competition growing in the financial services marketplace, but tighter budgets have cooperatives scrambling to find affordable new ways to increase attendance.

  • Big Data, Big Headaches

    Big data providers aren't providing quality credit scoring information, according to a recent study from the National Consumer Law Center.

  • Financial One’s Leasing Makes Member a Business Owner

    Minnesota credit union uses CUSO program to expedite member's launch of trucking enterprise.

  • Target Cases Moved to Minnesota

    Federal jurists consolidate actions against retailer in massive 2013 card data breach.

  • Villaronga New CEO at El Paso Teachers FCU

    Read about this new CEO in Texas and other new hires, promotions and career milestones in the credit union community.

  • Examiners Push CUs to Sell Mortgages

    Credit unions say NCUA examiners are pressuring them to keep long-term fixed assets below 35% of total assets, sacrificing income.

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