Credit union trade associations make two fresh moves on Capitol Hill.
Regarding the letter from Stuart Perlitsh (“Questioning Cost of Small Credit Union Initiatives,” CU Times, April 16, 2014) I respectfully submit that we are one of the small credit unions that has benefitted directly from the involvement of the Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives at the NCUA.
Falling numbers of small credit unions should not be blamed on the OSCUI.
If it weren't for an OSCUI economic development specialist, this credit union may have failed.
The CEO of a $3.5M credit union in Montana says the OSCUI helped her shop develop a safe and sound business plan.
The leader of a $13M Texas credit union tells how the NCUA's OSCUI saved his shop.
Does the NCUA's Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives really help small credit unions?
Stuart Perlitsh, president/CEO of the $336 million Glendale Area Schools Federal Credit Union in California, wrote a Letter to the Editor criticizing NCUA spending on its Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives and questioning its return on investment.
A response to “Questioning Cost of Small Credit Union Initiatives” (CU Times, April 16, 2014).
Has the NCUA's OSCUI lived up to its promise to support small credit unions? No, according to this letter to the editor.