wealth management

  • Retiring Boomers Offer Opportunities

    Credit unions help their boomer members make the transition to retirement.

  • Throw Out the Rule Book to Boost Retail Investment Services

    Only about 10% of people say they would consult a credit union about investing a $25,000 windfall.

  • Retail Investments Generate More Than Fees

    A successful retail program can also breed loyalty, boosting all areas of the business.

  • People

    The $1 billion APG Federal Credit Union in in Edgewood, Md., hired Melinda Maluga as vice president of human resources and Nancy Rosso as marketing communications director. Maluga brings more than 15 years of human resource management and most recently served as administrative vice president of human resources for the...

  • Credit Unions Promote and Hire: People

    Credit unions announce promotions and hire new employees in member services, mortgage lending, human resources and IT.

  • People

    The $151 million Members First Credit Union in Manchester, N.H., hired Terry Wiegelman as vice president of marketing and sales and Matt Halfmann as branch manager. Wiegelman holds 15 years of experience in credit union marketing and previously worked at the $334 million Granite State Credit Union, also in Manchester,...

  • People

    Anthony Silvi was appointed SVP and chief lending officer for the $592 million Sb1 Federal Credit Union in Philadelphia. Previously, he served as the vice president of financial services at the $656 million Freedom Credit Union in Warminster, Pa. He also worked as SVP of lending at First Penn Bank...

  • Top Brass Take Strategic Risks In, Beyond CU Space

    Former CU Times Trailblazer CEO of the Year Bert Hash recalls how his then-bold decision to purchase a bank paid off for members.

  • Social Security Fears, Longevity Change Long-Term Goals

    Baby boomers change course on retirement as the world around them shifts and new worries emerge.

  • Perfect Storm May Tarnish Golden Retirement

    Increased longevity, demographic trends and economic shifts could end retirement as Americans know it.

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