First regulators put the squeeze to your credit unions and now the squeeze is on credit union executives.
Not only was October Co-op Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but credit unions around the world found creative ways to celebrate International Credit Union Day on Oct. 21.
Guest blogger Walt Laskos argues that at this time when some credit union leaders have turned inward, it's really the best opportunity for credit unions to cooperate rather than face their challenges on their own.
Watch archived videos of talks from the CU Water Cooler Symposium hosted by Matt Davis of the Filene Research Institute and Tim McAlpine of Currency Marketing at FORUM Credit Union in Indiana.
This year's International Credit Union Day webcast co-sponsored by U.S. Credit Union Development Educators and World Council of Credit Unions will focus on the constant support credit unions provide.
Perhaps one of the most impressive aspects of cooperatives is that they all apply set principles and values to fulfill their respective visions and missions.
All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence."