When Credit Union Times asked Fred Johnson, president/CEO for Credit Union Executives Society, what he sees as an emerging trend in the way credit unions are run, one of his responses was “collaboration.”
League invites corporates, other providers to Sept. 20-21 meeting.
With NCUA deadlines nearing on recapitalizing the corporates, the jockeying among credit unions and corporates about the shape of provider services focused on the Mountain States last week with at least two state trade groups paying attention to the fate of the $1.9 billion SunCorp.
Mountain West, Utah leagues, CUs in discussion about recapitalizing $1.9 billion SunCorp.
The churning debate on the form, methods and cost of conveying the industry’s advocacy message through the state league network undergoes more scrutiny this week as yet another group of leagues tie the knot this Friday to officially organize the Denver-based Mountain West Credit Union Association.
The proposed trade group combining Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming credit union leagues has settled on a new name: Mountain West Credit Union Association.
The three-way league merger of Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming into the new Mountain West Credit Union Association was made official Friday.
The burden of trade association dues during a rough economy plus internal policy disputes apparently figure in two more disaffiliations disclosed this week.
“Mountain West Credit Union Association” has been picked as the designated new name for the soon-to-be-merged Arizona-Colorado-Wyoming leagues.