Credit Union Times Magazine May-12, 2010

Front Page News


News Briefs

  • Experts on Excellence

    CUES has tapped nine industry experts as advisers to the new Center for Credit Union Board Excellence.

  • Save the Earth Launched

    Indiana Members Credit Union is doing its part for the environment with the launch of its "Save And Value Earth" program, called $AVE.

  • Michigan CU Offers Online Vehicle Help

    Michigan State University Federal Credit Union has teamed up with CarQuotes Corporation to offer its members a vehicle research website, free pricing reports and buying advice

  • Stanford FCU CEO Retires

    After 14 years of service, Stanford Federal Credit Union CEO John R. Davis will retire effective May 14.

  • Conn. Students Attend Financial Reality Fair

    Sikorsky Financial Credit Union of Stratford, Conn., held a "Financial Reality Fair" for over 200 students.


Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor


  • What CUs Can Learn From Wachovia

    When Wachovia Bank agreed to a settlement with the U.S. government, it became the financial institution with the unfortunate distinction of having paid the largest penalty, $160 million, for a violation of the Bank Secrecy Act.

  • New Reg Z Rules Deadline Looming

    As credit unions are well aware, Regulation Z's new open-end lending rules under the Truth-in-Lending Act take effect July 1, 2010. Regulation Z establishes (among other things) uniform methods for disclosing credit terms.

Focus Report

Events Calendar

  • Community Events

    Genisys Credit Union, Auburn Hills, Mich., announced plans to partner with Palace Sports and Entertainment and sponsor the 20th annual "Walk for Warmth."


  • Awards

    CU Members Mortgage, Dallas, recognized five credit union partners who made great achievements in their mortgage departments based on the scorecard process.

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