A roundup of Nov. 6 results from the credit union industry perspective.
CUNA’s political team harnessed the power of nice and the credit union member vote in two key races, spending nearly half a million PAC dollars on positive partisan communications that the trade association’s leaders say is the wave of the future.
If a credit union offers voter registration and the law doesn’t allow the registrars to hand out literature from a candidate who’s a good friend of credit unions, for example, why bother?
Rep. Larry Kissell loses to former congressional chief of staffer Richard Hudson in Tarheel State.
Beall had been with MCUA for two years, now making return to D.C. as president/CEO of the National Cooperative Business Association.
DENVER — The NCUA’s opt-in process for low income credit union designation may expand to include state-chartered credit unions, NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz announced last week during her keynote speech at the 2012 NASCUS Summit. The agency hopes to put the program into play later this month by working with...
DENVER — SECU CEO Jim Blaine took NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz to task during a tense exchange about separate exams on Wednesday at the NASCUS summit.
The $143 million Mountain Credit Union in Waynesville, N.C., is taking part in the political process in a most bi-partisan way, hosting voter registration drives.
Young professionals across North Carolina have been learning more about credit union history one meet-up at a time, courtesy of CUaware.
The $143 million Mountain Credit Union in Waynesville, N.C., is taking part in the political process by hosting voter registration drives.