Closures follow shutdown of federal government after hurricane.
World's largest credit union closes 20 branches so far, with another eighteen closing a couple hours early.
Credit union asking employees to drop and cover in brief drill as part of Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills event.
The $50 billion Navy Federal Credit Union said this week it is opening its 225th branch and its 14th in Maryland.
Member celebration draws new members.
More than 9,000 Navy Federal employees participate in first national fundraising partnership with the United Way.
The $49.3 billion Navy Federal Credit Union said it planned to open its 32nd branch in California on Monday in Mission Viejo.
It may be common–and it certainly is permitted under NCUA rules–but debates are beginning to be heard among some credit union experts when it comes to credit union employees (frequently the CEO) serving on the board of directors as treasurer.
The board of directors of CBC Federal Credit Union recently appointed Patrick Miller as its new president/CEO. Miller brings more than 22 years of financial industry experience, including sales, marketing, compliance and operations. Most recently, he was vice president, branch operations for Navy Federal Credit Union.
Industry experts bat around whether CEO serving as board treasurer is a good idea. Drugs and fraud case is an example. Print story online now.