National Federation Aiming Squarely at New Low-Income CUs: Print Preview
New executive director's focus on helping nearly 700 credit unions newly committed to low-income credit union designation. Get the story early in this print preview.
By David Morrison |
Updated on October 18, 2012
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Under the leadership of a new chief executive, the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions has set its sights on helping the n early 700 credit unions that have accepted the NCUA’s offer for a low-income designation take advantage of their new status.
“We expect to be able to explain to them both the value and opportunities found in working with lower income members and with the low-income credit union designation,” said Cathie Mahon, the National Federation’s newly hired CEO.
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