Mobility Matters is a new, online-only column from veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. Among this week's ponderings: To Tweet or not to Tweet?
The New Jersey Credit Union League's Reality Check Conference last week in Atlantic City, N.J., gave attendees a fast overview of what's hot and what's not in Washington, compliments of lunch speaker Bill Cheney, CEO of CUNA.
The message Fiserv executive Mark Sievewright delivered last week at the New Jersey Credit Union League's annual Reality Check Conference in Atlantic City, N.J., was loud and succinct: We are hip-deep in the digital era and, ready or not, the bits and bytes are rising fast. There is no real...
CUNA Mutual executive tells New Jersey Credit Union League session that credit unions need to identify and act on strengths.
Peril is threat to tax exemption, CUNA CEO tells NJCUL luncheon, while opportunity is Washington's largely positive view of credit unions.
Rather than seeing challenges as stumbling blocks, Marianne Pulice, vice president/chief operating officer at XCEL Federal Credit Union, believes they represent opportunity.
League said it plans to have a special meeting next week to discuss how to “protect our credit unions” after NCUA decision to require dual exams following CAMEL score disclosure.
Here is a list of credit union industry events for 2012.
The $125 million First Jersey Credit Union of Wayne, N.J., has broken a regulatory barrier on FOM expansion for state charters.
First Jersey CU wins state approval to serve four new counties, 1.8 million people in metro New York.