Orlando – HCI Human Capital Summit speaker says most managers are ill-suited for the job.
Charles Bumbarger, president/CEO of the $482 million University Credit Union in Los Angeles, announced he is retiring at the end of the year.
The $861 million, 59,000-member CFCU Community Credit Union of Ithaca, N.Y., recently announced the selection of Jim Struble as the organization’s new vice president of sales and service. Struble has spent the last five years at the $635 million, 50,000-member Mayo Employees FCU in Rochester, Minn., where he most recently...
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California credit union pledges $25,000 annually to become think tank's first Silver Benefactor.
Washington was embroiled in a game of fiscal chicken at the end of the year. Unemployment is high at 7.7%. The 2.5 million people who are unemployed but so discouraged that they’re not actively looking are unchanged from 2011.
Even in the middle of recessions and the unemployment and foreclosures that come with them, credit unions have proven that they can weather downturns.
Filene study finds credit union aggregate loan portfolios about 25% less sensitive to macroeconomic shock during past two recessions.
After a year of studies that including coming up with projects that could actually be used at credit unions, executives recently
Tom Davis, a venerable fixture at NACUSO for two decades, is ready to pass the baton.