This Month in Credit Union Magazine
Meet our 2017 CU Heroes.
A New Day for Reg Reform
The Republican Party now controls both chambers of Congress and the White House, which hasn’t happened in more than a decade. This circumstance presents CUs numerous opportunities to turn the tide on excess regulations and obtain regulatory relief.
Building Pathways to the Board
Diversifying your board’s composition in terms of age, race, and skills can energize your CU and membership. That’s why some boards take an active role in recruiting, encouraging, and mentoring candidates whose skills and attributes can improve the CU’s future.
Champions for CU Beliefs
Credit Union Magazine’s 2017 Credit Union Heroes include a CEO who embraces the unbanked, a mortgage executive who fights childhood illiteracy, a CEO who assists people with financial and health issues, and a leader who demonstrates the importance of giving back to the community.
Small CUs: A Member’s Lifeline
Following the financial crisis, CUs have had to contend with an overwhelming number of regulatory changes. While this burden hampers all CUs, small CUs have been affected disproportionately as they strive to keep members’ needs first.
Honoring Wegner Award winners.
With everyone working together, the industry will grow and win.
The economy should grow 2.5% in 2017, according to projections.
Common-sense regulation balances safety and soundness with members’ needs.
ADVANCING THE VISION
Project fosters entrepreneurship while encouraging kids to save.
Looking closer at NCUA’s member business lending (MBL) guidance.
Anticipate key MBL changes.
INTERPRETATION OF MLA RULE ‘AMBIGUOUS’
CUNA continues call for clarification from the Department of Defense.
‘Hand Up Loans’ empower nontraditional borrowers.
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
CUs increasingly turn to thirdparty vendors for solutions.
CREDIT UNIONS FOR KIDS
Learn the full impact of your donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
The list of rules affecting CUs keeps growing.