The recent public exchange between the Wisconsin Bankers Association and the Wisconsin Credit Union League over member business lending sounds a lot like what has been going on in our nation’s capital for months. A stalemate between two parties who argue they can do it better, yet no one gets...
The Wisconsin Credit Union League continues to criticize the banking industry’s use of the Small Business Lending Fund for what it claims is misuse.
The Wisconsin Bankers Association says most of the state’s credit unions are not near their respective member business lending caps.
Critics say Small Business Lending Fund is being used to pay back TARP debt rather than lend to small businesses.
Ideas danced in the air and inspiration was shared, with practical applications underlying it all, at the CU Water Cooler Symposium in the FORUM CU conference center in suburban Indianapolis.
A recent disbursement of government funds to banks has the Wisconsin Credit Union League calling foul.
League questions TARP funds going to state's banks while bank business lending drops.
Wisconsin, fast becoming the nation’s battleground for credit union-bank clashes over the tax exemption and CU to bank conversions, erupted anew last week with dueling press releases following a fresh appeal from the banking lobby to Congress tied to the debt crisis.
Dairy State imbroglio over tax exemption continues to heat up.
WBA calls exemption "sacred cow"; WCUL calls bankers hypocrites, citing years of no taxes while reaping profits and taking bailouts.