If a provision requiring CUSOs that use a corporate credit union's services to pay a voluntary payment to the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund goes through,
CUSOs using a corporate credit union's services may seek liquidity outside of the industry if a provision requiring them to pay a voluntary payment to the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund goes through.
The National Association of Credit Unions has picked Jack Antonini, former president/CEO of Cardtronics, the large Houston ATM vendor, as its new president/CEO.
After a year of studies that including coming up with projects that could actually be used at credit unions, executives recently
With a vested stake in nearly a dozen CUSOs, Workers' Credit Union has tried, tested and proven theories on why it makes operational sense to extend its reach in several directions.
Tom Davis, a venerable fixture at NACUSO for two decades, is ready to pass the baton.
In its official job posting that went live last week, NACUSO said its next president/CEO will need to understand the importance of credit union and CUSO alliances.
After 20 years of service on NACUSO's board and nearly four years as its CEO, Tom Davis announced today that he will leave the organization Dec. 31 to become the CEO of CUSO Development Co. LLC.
As a NACUSO board member and chairman, PSCU Financial Services President/CEO David Serlo helped the association "focus on the importance, not just of winning battles, but on winning the war for industry sustainability."
David Serlo, longtime CEO of PSCU Financial Services and that organization's first employee, has died of cancer, sources close to the CUSO have told Credit Union Times.