Thomas Renz, president of $35 million Commodore Perry FCU shares ideas to help credit unions compete.
Two CEOs who fought public battles with the NCUA respond to an academic report critical of the agency's appeals data.
Read how past winners are still blazing credit union trails.
After taking Commodore Perry FCU's exam appeal all the way to the NCUA board, Thomas Renz now has his sights set on risk-based capital.
Several years ago my wife and I decided that it was time for me to change careers. While I enjoyed life as a businessman, I was always drawn to nonprofit work and working for the benefit of others. With this in mind I did some research, and it turned out...
WASHINGTON — Winners were feted and old friends greeted at Credit Union Times' Trailblazers reception Tuesday night at the GAC. (Photos by John Cooke)
CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference serves as an annual rally cry for credit unions. Like a good coach, it pumps up the team, provides direction and does a little cheerleading minus the short skirts. Gathering all of the players is great for bolstering that cooperative team spirit to approach Capitol Hill...
Thomas Renz, president and chief development officer for the $32 million Commodore Perry FCU, didn’t decide to become an activist when he appealed the credit union’s 2011 exam. Instead, the Credit Union Times 2013 Political Action Trailblazer Award winner contended that he’s always been one.
The aim of the GAC is political advocacy, but it should also reinvigorate credit union professionals with the cooperative nature of the industry.
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