Eight months after Bank Transfer Day, Kristen Christian, its California founder, reiterated her gratitude to both industry leaders as well as frontline staffers for providing her a life-changing appreciation of credit unions, something that she said has made her a better American.
Bank Transfer Day founder Kristen Christian says she's grateful to the credit union industry while a Vermont Occupy activist says the credit is misplaced.
This past year I traveled 300,000 miles globally. The experience helped me connect dots that have serious consequences for business strategy and succession planning. It also reinforced a central theme that is emerging for all of us on boards: Can we learn as fast as the world is changing?
Can we learn as fast as the world is changing?
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) asks Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) to subpoena mortgage lenders and investigate alleged foreclosure abuses.
Those tapped into the needs of Generation Y are encouraged that this segment of the population would be attracted to credit unions if they knew the cooperatives could help face challenges with their retirement goals.
It’s an opportunity credit unions shouldn’t waste. The sun is shining; it’s time to make hay.
When Bank of America announced a monthly $5 debit card fee would take effect in 2012, questions about the potential backlash ran through my head. Would consumers put up with this? Would the bank cancel the fee to combat lost business? How angry would the fee make Gen Y?
Since the Occupy Wall Street movement started more than a month ago, more people are expressing their support for it.
Credit unions really may stand to benefit from Bank Transfer Day and consumer dissatisfaction with big banks, a new Harris Poll shows.