Whether it’s offering tea in England or coffee in the U.S., credit unions are celebrating International Credit Union Day by inviting their members in.
Just like the 14,000 member credit unions it supports, the World Council of Credit Unions in Madison, Wis., must intermittently reevaluate its structure and programs in order to best meet the needs of those it serves.
Under a new leader, the World Council pursues new priorities. Get the story in this preview from next week's print edition.
Brian Branch marks first year at helm since Pete Crear retirement.
Deal with Boom Financial will help World Council expand mobile banking, transfer services to immigrant and unbanked families.
Hispanic outreach firm CEO wins World Council honor, elected to Network of Latino Credit Unions & Professionals board.
Melia Keller addressed Young Professionals group on auto lending, other strategies at Gdansk confab.
Lech Walesa kicked off the World Credit Union Conference by calling on attendees to help “achieve the revolution.”
WOCCU finds more credit union members worldwide belonging to fewer credit unions.
Credit unions in Belarus recently learned some marketing tips to build awareness among locals in the former Soviet satellite nation.