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.
A group of 10 government employee credit unions, caught in a bitter standoff a year ago with the Missouri Department of Transportation and forced to relocate because of a state budget squeeze, is making headway this month finding new sites, with one CU rebranding and opting for a community...
Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Bethpage, N.Y., in conjunction with the Elmont/Franklin Square Rotary Club to benefit the St. Vincent de Paul Society, collected over 75 bags of much-needed winter coats for Long Island’s needy during the cold winter months. Elmont school district residents, local community businesses and Bethpage Elmont branch...
Now that it has confirmed that merger talks are under way with its Maryland/DC counterpart, the New Jersey Credit Union League said Friday more regional compacts in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic can represent a future trend for industry trade groups.
The Maryland/DC Credit Union Association, which since last year has been scouting for a new president/CEO, has also been looking at a possible merger with one of its Mid-Atlantic neighbor leagues.