New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law Dec. 17 that will allow state-chartered credit unions to combine select employer groups, association and community groups into a single field of membership.
One league CEO predicts 2015 could bring the first non-contiguous state league merger.
Tracie Kenyon to chair American Association of Credit Union Leagues, succeeds Wendell Lyons.
New law allows state-chartered credit unions to combine SEGs and other groups in a single field of membership.
After being buried under more than seven feet of snow, business as usual has finally returned to credit unions in Buffalo, N.Y.
Attention shifts to flood concerns after warm temperatures melt record snow.
CUANY will put New York first in its new name, provided members vote in favor of the rebranding.
At the behest of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the state’s top regulator is openly encouraging more federal credit unions to convert to a state charter.
New York Credit Union Association says it does not endorse one charter structure over another.
It’s been four years now since lawyers from CUNA and the American Association of Credit Union Leagues drafted a so-called "Model Credit Union Act" for implementation by the leagues. But the 2011 project is off to a quick start with bills ready for introduction in several state legislatures.