Oct. 17 is International Credit Union Day around the world, and in Minnesota and Iowa it’s officially Credit Union Day.
Lech Walesa kicked off the World Credit Union Conference by calling on attendees to help “achieve the revolution.”
Eight months after Bank Transfer Day, Kristen Christian, its California founder, reiterated her gratitude to both industry leaders as well as frontline staffers for providing her a life-changing appreciation of credit unions, something that she said has made her a better American.
Bank Transfer Day founder Kristen Christian says she's grateful to the credit union industry while a Vermont Occupy activist says the credit is misplaced.
If Polish credit union industry officials succeed, a Polish credit union pioneer may become the very first credit union saint.
Polish credit union supporters have approached Catholic Church authorities about possibly naming Franciszek Stefczyk, an early credit union organizer, a saint.
Grzegorz Bierecki, president/CEO of the National Association of Cooperative Savings & Credit Unions, Poland's credit union trade association and a member of World Council of Credit Unions can add parliament member to his growing list of accomplishments.
New senator is a president/CEO of that nation's National Association of Cooperatives Savings & Credit Unions.
World Council of Credit Unions President/CEO Pete Crear sat down with Credit Union Times Editor-in-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke just prior to flying off for his association’s last annual conference before his retirement. While Crear was shy about naming a date for his departure, he did share his thoughts with us...
The World Council of Credit Unions' Board has unanimously voted to award Poland's Lech Kaczynski the 2010 Distinguished Service Award. The former president died with 95 other government officials and their spouses in an airplane crash April 10.