At press time, the federal government shutdown was on its second full day. Reports are mixed regarding how long it could last—some still maintain it will be over in a few days, while others insist the political impasse could drag on for weeks.
From East to West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.
Wowsah! Just think of all the fee income these credit unions are leaving on the table in the name of service.
When some students walked in late, Bob Fisher let them know tardiness wasn’t appropriate.
The $1.7 billion Founders FCU in Lancaster, S.C., has named Pam Gilmore to the newly created position of vice president, eCommerce.
Partners FCU SVP to take top spot across country at billion-dollar Charlotte-area institution.
A credit union helped a small-time baker grow from delivering home-baked goods to parties and weddings to placing Bundt cakes on regional grocery store chain shelves with a microloan of less than $50,000.
Filene Report examines benefits and risks of microloans and says they might be well-suited to credit unions.
Herb Yolles will be succeeded by associate regional director for Atlanta-based region, Myra Toeppe.
Perhaps it’s the lack of teleprompters or the relatively small room, but this year’s NAFCU Congressional Caucus provided intimate, and at times revealing, speeches from lawmakers.