Experts say SchoolsFirst VP David Lugo's brazen $2.6 million computer heist exposes industry-wide gaps in IT controls.
Former IT VP steals and resells computer equipment and spends funds on family luxuries.
Great Recession, portfolio performance concerns, led the Los Angeles-based credit union to suspend lending activity.
Sponsorship was a key takeaway from the recent Filene/WOCCU Women's Colliquium on Leadership.
Watch why Filene and WOCCU studied the career challenges and opportunities faced by women in credit unions.
Read what Filene and WOCCU's Global Women's Leadership Network discovered when they studied women and leadership in credit unions.
Diversification is not an equal rights issue, but a business continuity issue.
CU Times checks back in with young board members featured in a story nearly two years ago.
Gary Perez is upbeat about the future of private student loans.
Despite an industry facing trends to the contrary, Gary Perez is upbeat about the future of student loans at his credit union.