CUNA and NAFCU’s websites are updated with recent developments related to the proposed transformation to America’s Credit Unions. Now available are the 2022 financial statements for both organizations, a video of Jim Nussle’s conversation at NAFCU’s 2023 Congressional Caucus where he laid out his vision for the new organization, and refreshed FAQs.
Access the new resources here.
Of note, Nussle – who will lead America’s Credit Unions – today will kick off a series of virtual forums for member credit union CEOs. NAFCU-only members are encouraged to participate in today’s forum, set to begin at 2 p.m. Eastern. Nussle will host one Oct. 4 for CUNA-only member CEOs, and one Oct. 11 for those who are members of both organizations.
As members have requested more visibility into the financial strength of both organizations, the associations have shared their 2022 financial statements in an effort to promote transparency and accountability – which are priorities throughout the merger process. The statements demonstrate a strong foundation should the merger to America’s Credit Unions be approved by members.
In addition, Nussle joined NAFCU Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Greg Mesack at Caucus in early September to discuss advocacy priorities and pillars of America’s Credit Unions, as well as answer questions from attendees. Watch the conversation now on NAFCU's YouTube page, or below.
The refreshed FAQs provide insights into general merger-related questions, the voting process and timeline, membership participation and dues, board governance and structure, events, and more.
The member vote on the merger is open until 5 p.m. ET Nov. 1.