In a quirky promo for financial literacy, the Ohio Credit Union League said it will be giving free round trip limo rides to downtown workers in Columbus next Tuesday during the lunch hour.
With an eye on sharply strengthening its lobbying strategy, the Ohio Credit Union League announced this week it is revamping its annual meeting format to include for the first time a Columbus “Hike the Hill.”
Gary Soukenik, president/CEO of Seven Seventeen Credit Union, added his voice Monday to the chorus of credit union CEOs eager to become enthusiastic advocates for the industry on the newly formed Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve.
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.
Greylock Federal Credit Union, Pittsfield, Mass., announced the appointment of two new executives to its risk management team.
Regulatory overreach, an unnecessary limit on credit unions' choices and possibly illegal. Those are among the critiques of the NCUA's proposed rule on corporate credit unions.
Another community bank CEO took over this week as the top credit union regulator in Ohio.
Credit unions who feel their NCUA examiner has exceeded his or her authority in an exam will soon have a resource they can use to make their case.
If you're wondering about the power of viral media, talk to Ted Williams.
It took just a few hours for Ted Williams, a homeless man in Columbus, Ohio, to become the latest viral sensation, sifting through job offers pouring in including one from the Central Ohio Chapter of the Ohio Credit Union League.