Funeral services set Saturday in Texarkana, Texas, for Joe Glenn Thornton, a former president/CEO of Texar FCU and a past director of CUNA.
Michael Gudely said he is aware that his position on a new proposal that that would essentially change how credit union service organizations are monitored may go against the grain
The Texas Credit Union Commission recently addressed several matters regarding investments in credit union service organizations in the Lone Star State.
El Paso CUSO president tells league journal he thinks NCUA is just encouraging CUs to follow "good business practices."
A regulatory proposal in Texas that could potentially change how credit union service organizations in the Lone Star State are monitored is coming under fire from several industry groups.
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The Texas Credit Union League has voiced its concerns with proposed changes regarding the regulation of the state’s credit union service organizations.
A proposed change in the powers and regulation of Lone Star State credit union service organizations is under scrutiny.
A proposal by the Texas Credit Union Department to recover travel, time and transportation expenses from CUs involved in "unusual" exam cases ran into opposition from the Texas Credit Union League Thursday.
The Texas Credit Union Department wants to get reimbursed from the industry for expenses incurred for "unusual or extraordinary" examination cases, it disclosed Wednesday.