Vermont’s fourth largest credit union, the $346 million Vermont Federal Credit Union, may be charting new ground in dealing with the Occupy movement. It now has a Burlington activist on its board.
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.
University of Vermont research assistant wins spot on credit union board after contested, publicized campaign.
A Connecticut college campus became the setting for a spring version of last fall’s Bank Transfer Day in the past several days.
Head of National People's Action group says focus will be on Wells Fargo, Bank of America annual meetings in coming days.
Nine-member board for proposed People's Reserve Credit Union said to be nearly in place.
Session in Irvine city hall aimed at promoting new federation of credit unions.
Mayor Sam Adams tells NWCUA the city needs to "buy local" when it comes to investing its money.
Credit unions expecting to profit markedly and gain many new accounts from Bank Transfer Day fallout and Occupy protests will need to drastically step up their technology game, according to a California research firm.
Volunteer training, dealing with growing compliance demands and staying profitable enough to stay alive.