Whether a mid-sized credit union in Colorado or a billion dollar credit union in Philadelphia, the messaging about protecting small town financial services surfaced again last week.
Philadelphia’s $1.4 billion TruMark Financial Credit Union has agreed to take over the distressed $1.5 million Kenrick FCU in suburban Wynnewood.
Community works by credit unions across the country.
The NCUA on Sunday liquidated the $635,000 People for People Community Development Credit Union in Philadelphia.
Three Philadelphia schools got checks of $5,500 each to use for financial literacy efforts, funds raised in a kiss-a-pig fundraiser in the fall.
Bubbles the pig was the object of affection for participants in a drive to raise more than $15,000 for financial literacy efforts in Philadelphia.
To bash or not to bash banks? It’s been a hotly debated issue that probably won’t be definitively resolved any time soon.
For more and more businesses, Sunday is just another day.T ime-pressed consumers want to shop, pick up prescriptions, grab some fast food and take care of other chores on their varied schedules. And that has put pressure on financial institutions, including credit unions, to meet those expectations.
PHILADELPHIA — “You know that line about ‘if you build it, they will come?’” asked Oscar Torrealva, branch manager at the $1.3 billion TruMark Financial Credit Union's branch in the financially strapped Eastern North Philadelphia.
Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union, St. Paul, Minn., announced that its chief administrative officer, Elizabeth Hayes, was honored with the award of "Top Women in Finance."