Analyzing trends in a range of key operational areas, including regulations, training, compliance and lending, the 2017-2018 CUNA Environmental Scan Report gives credit unions strategic planning guidance for the year ahead.
CUNA Technology Council and CUNA Operations, Sales & Service Council are now accepting nominations and entries for their 2017 awards, which will be presented at their co-located conferences, Oct. 1-4 in Phoenix.
Wacom, a manufacturer of pen tablets, interactive pen displays, and digital interface solutions, was honored with the CUNA Technology Council’s Best of Show Award at the 2017 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference.
Credit union advocates from throughout New York were in Albany this week to take part in the New York Credit Union Association’s 2017 State Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC). The two-day event provided attendees with opportunities to connect with state lawmakers and advocate for pro-credit union legislation.
CUNA has released the official dates for this year’s CUNA Marketing Compliance eSchool. The program—which provides participants with a complete overview of marketing and advertising regulations, the penalties attached to them and strategies for compliance--will be held live July 11-25.
CUNA Member Experience, Sales & Service School will be Aug. 14-16 in Las Vegas. This new school teaches credit union professionals to rethink their sales-and-service practices around a positive, beneficial member experience.
The April 2017 edition of the CUNA Economic Update, CUNA’s monthly video series exploring economic trends and their impact on the credit union movement, focuses on international uncertainty and a weak jobs report.
Three credit union executives and seven credit unions were honored for their achievements in human resources and organizational development in a ceremony at the 2017 CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council Conference, which was held April 19-22 in Las Vegas.
A decade ago, the roots of Hispanic solutions firm Coopera were planted by Warren Morrow, a visionary credit union leader with big dreams for the future. In response to the segment’s explosive growth and strong need for fair and dignified financial services, Morrow challenged the movement to become providers of choice for all Hispanics in the U.S.