The Texas Credit Union League is hoping there is good news in a Gallup Poll out this week which shows confidence in banks is at an all time low in the U.S.
The Texas Credit Union League has hired Tom Haider, a St. Paul consultant and former top compliance officer for MoneyGram International Inc.
They’ve given money and done other things necessary for relationship building with members of Congress’ new deficit cutting panel.
Four state leagues–California, Texas, Georgia and Ohio–have organized a new Dallas firm, CU Partner Link, to develop new state-of-the-art products and services for member CUs concerned over lost income.
California, Texas, Georgia, Ohio leagues getting together in Dallas-based operation to find new sources of income.
TCUL President Richard Ensweiler reminds CUs of role Killebrew, who died Tuesday, played in their recovery from Hurricane Ike.
When it comes to credit unions, there isn’t anything JSC Federal Credit Union Board Vice Chairman Curtis Collins won’t do. According to Texas Credit Union League President/CEO Richard Ensweiler, Collins is "Mr. Credit Union Volunteer."
Citing lobbying tactics, governance and other policy issues, the $1.6 billion Texas Dow Employees Credit Union has quit CUNA and the Texas Credit Union League.
A CUNA spokesman today declined to discuss the departure of the Texas Dow Employees Credit Union from its membership rolls.
The $1.6 billion Texas Dow Employees Credit Union has disaffiliated from CUNA and the Texas Credit Union League, Credit Union Times learned today.