In this video from our new Here to Help series, Martin Breland, CEO of Tower FCU in Maryland, discusses how to go green and reap economic and social benefits.
In this video from our new Here to Help series, Martin Breland, president/CEO of Tower FCU in Maryland, discusses branching strategy.
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SAN ANTONIO — For the past 15 years or so, the CUNA Technology Council and the CUNA Operations, Sales & Service Council have been holding annual conferences.
The initial predictions that branches would no longer be relevant surfaced around the time ATMs were first deployed in the early 1970s. Despite numerous predictions since then, branches continue to be an essential element of delivery strategy.
Even as the housing markets in many areas struggle and decline in the face of ongoing high unemployment, some credit unions have continued to offer mortgages for some of the biggest residential sales.
Despite last week's blizzard that literally shut down Washington, Tower Federal Credit Union is still optimistic about the findings from a new report that show the region has several qualities that may make it ideal for stronger economic growth this year.
The region between Washington and Baltimore Md., where the $2 billion Tower Federal Credit Union's 118,000 member base is located, has several qualities that may make it ideal for stronger economic growth this year.