Ohio Credit Union League

  • More Leagues Calling Off Hill Hikes in September

    Several more credit union leagues called off their annual Hike the Hill trips to Washington in September citing budget factors, D.C. travel fatigue and-with the exception of member business lending-Congressional inattention to industry issues.

  • Aid for Tornado Victims

    Toledo area credit unions have been fundraising to help victims of the recent tornadoes that ravaged rural communities in Wood County, Ohio, and severely damaged the offices of the $8.9 million Woodco FCU of Millbury.

  • Ohio Names Ex-Banker as Credit Union Regulator

    Ohio has a former community bank CEO, Carolyn Bradford, as its new credit union regulator.

  • Ohio CUs See Big Member Increase

    The Ohio Credit Union League is celebrating what it said was a record, fifth straight quarterly increase in credit union members. Roughly 10,000 Ohioans joined credit unions in the first three months of 2010, the league said.

  • Ohio Names Ex-Banker as CU Regulator

    Ohio Governor Ted Strickland has named a former banker to be that state's next CU regulator.

  • Tornado-Hit Ohio CU Set to Resume Temp Operations Today

    Closed by last Saturday's tornado heavily damaging its offices, the $8.9 million Woodco Federal Credit Union in Ohio looks to resume skeletal operations today from its new temporary home in Cando CU of nearby Walbridge.

  • Woodco CU in Ohio Suffers Tornado Damage

    Toledo area credit unions and the NCUA were coming to the assistance of the $8.9 Woodco FCU in Millbury, Ohio, which sustained major damage when a tornado touched down Saturday destroying a high school where the CU is located.

  • CUNA Task Force Wants More NCUA Openness on Mergers

    The NCUA should spell out its procedures for finding potential assisted merger partners in a proposed rule and also be more forthcoming about the agency's role in ensuring a merger's success.

  • Cleveland CU Broadens Mobile Service

    Eaton Family Credit Union of Euclid, Ohio, has expanded its mobile banking offering to include the ability to handle more kinds of phones and ways to use them.

  • CUNA Group Continues to Plot Next Steps on Corporate Model

    Although it was not ready to name the 12 members of its "Next Steps" corporate working group at press time, CUNA officials did say it will include several members of its corporate credit union task force, as well as some new selections.

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