Credit Union Times Magazine-October 1, 2014

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  • Focus Report: Women to Watch

    Michelle A. Samaad

    As the industry continues to debate the future of small credit unions, the women who head them are moving forward with innovations and collaborations to ensure their survival.

  • NCUA Ups Food Pantry Fundraising

    Mike Muckian

    Employees at the NCUA and its offices nationwide scored a strike against hunger this year by collecting an estimated 92,950 pounds of food as part of the USDA's sixth annual Feds Feed Families campaign.

  • A Top Priority: Reduce the Regulatory Burden

    Jim Nussle

    Since the day I agreed to become the next president and CEO of CUNA, Ive made it my mission to become more familiar with credit union philosophy, operations and goals.

  • McWatters Makes NCUA Debut

    Nicholas Ballasy

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. The NCUA Board finalized technical amendments Sept. 18 at Mark McWatters first meeting, and approved a federal credit union's request to expand its community charter.

  • McConnell Bid Earns $300K CULAC Support

    Tonya Knudesn

    CUNA said its political action committee, CULAC, filed notice with the FEC of a $300,000 independent expenditure on behalf of Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) in his re-election campaign, the trade group told CU Times Sept. 18.

  • Uncover the Whys to Deliver to Women

    Myriam DiGiovanni

    From marketing to C-suite recruitment efforts, despite all the research about women, reaching them remains a puzzle for some organizations.

  • People

    Peter Westerman

    Sunmark Federal Credit Union President/CEO Bruce Beaudette said he plans to retire at the end of the year after more than 28 years of service. He is one of the longest serving CEOs in the Albany, N.Y., region, the $419 million, Latham-based cooperative said in a prepared statement. Beaudette led...

  • Apple, Wal-Mart Can Teach CUs About Membership

    Sarah Snell Cooke

    The credit union community allegedly eclipsed 100 million members this year. The figure is bogus, and even the most religious credit union believers know that figure includes not a small amount of double counting from memberships by one person at multiple credit unions and other account structures.

  • Core Wars Heat Up

    Robert J. McGarvey, Heather Anderson

    Fiserv pushes back against Symitar claims of market share momentum.

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