League president says four Missouri CUs are at or near their cap, says raising cap to 27.5% would generate 1,676 jobs in his state.
The Maryland and DC Credit Union Association and New Jersey Credit Union Leagues have decided not to merge, they said Thursday.
Credit unions re-open, relocate in wake of most deadly tornado in recorded U.S. history.
All four credit unions in Joplin, Mo., were damaged and closed after a devastating tornado tore through the town Sunday night.
Limits lifted on unsecured loans for volunteers, electronic merger balloting among permitted new activities.
To prepare for possible action in Congress on delaying the Federal Reserve’s interchange rule, credit unions redoubled their grassroots efforts on the issue during the recent recess.
Former top NCUA aide John McKechnie, now with a Washington consulting firm, is enhancing his lobbying profile.
The National Credit Union Foundation said that 42 credit union executives from two countries graduated from its weeklong Credit Union Developme
A group of 10 government employee credit unions is making headway in finding new sites after they were evicted by Missouri DOT last year.
Former NCUA staffer John McKechnie told a group of Ohio credit union leaders that the climate in Washington is akin to the Land of Oz.