NCUA Board Member Todd Harper visited credit unions in Raleigh, N.C. Thursday in which participants shared information about their credit unions and stories about how they address the unique needs of their members, sometimes in creative ways.
Redwood Credit Union is proud to announce its celebration of 70 years of service to members. Originally formed by seven County of Sonoma employees, it now has 19 locations throughout the North Bay and San Francisco.
Frank Chinn, board chair at Unitus Community CU, wants every American to feel the financial support he feels when he walks into his credit union, and has a new year’s resolution: get as many people as he can to support Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union®.
CUNA announced Marcus Buckingham, best-selling author, will speak at the 2020 CUNA GAC. Buckingham looks to understand and challenge entrenched preconceptions to best leverage employee strengths to drive organizational success.
Registration for CUNA Regulatory Compliance Certification Schools and eSchools are now open. These events allow credit union professionals to choose their preferred path to compliance confidence based on their current skill level.
Credit unions are far better than banks at serving their members’ feelings of well-being, according to a recent study from Gallup. According to the research, credit unions appear to be at their best far more often than banks.
Over 20,000 people celebrated the start of the holiday season at American Heritage CU's Annual Grand Illumination Tree Lighting and Fireworks Symphony, an event that included a $225,000 donation to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
U.S. Senate FCU broke ground on a new headquarters in Alexandria, Va. Wednesday, a building named after their longest serving board member and Senate staff icon Bertie Bowman. The Bertie Bowman building is expected to be open by 2021.
CUNA offices in Washington, D.C. and Madison, Wis. will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 24, Wednesday Dec. 25 and Wednesday, Jan. 1 for the upcoming holidays. The CUNA News Daily email will be sent Monday, Dec. 23 and will resume Thursday, Jan. 2.
CUNA offices in Washington, D.C. and Madison, Wis. will be closed Thursday, Nov. 28 and Friday, Nov. 29 for the Thanksgiving holiday. There will be no Daily email Thursday or Friday. The Daily will resume, Monday, Dec. 2.
CUNA has released the November 2019 edition of the Economic Update, in which Chief Economist Mike Schenk explores the disconnect between continued economic success nationally and the actual results of that success for everyday people.