League says credit unions approve far more of their loan requests from small businesses.
Joint project with Filene Research Institute recruits young leaders to help catalyze change and spark positive growth.
Credit unions from the Houston Chapter of the Texas Credit Union League were named winners of the league's first “12 of 12” advocacy program.
Three months after the backlash grew when Bank of America attempted to levy a monthly debit card usage fee to spawn Bank Transfer Day, the financial institution is not saying whether the nationwide effort had an impact on any account closures.
Eager to honor advocacy leaders in the state, the Texas Credit Union League on Wednesday rolled out a year-long recognition program starting with a planned Jan. 16 announcement of the first recipient.
While everything may be bigger in Texas, Lynda Milton has an appreciation for the small.
Over the next five years, Texas Dow Employees Credit Union is expecting all of its CUSOs to continue to represent a significant portion of the cooperative’s overall earnings.
Credit Union Times recently published my letter [Oct. 12, page 30] where I argued that interfering with any credit union’s internal governance is an ugly business and is not proper behavior for a trade association.
A lawsuit filed more than three years ago arising from a dispute over a credit union to bank charter change attempt is still dragging on through the Texas courts and promising depositions of many involved in the charter change business.
The Texas Credit Union League has hired Tom Haider, a St. Paul consultant and former top compliance officer for MoneyGram International Inc.