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.
CUNA announces the 2019-2020 CUNA Staff Salary Report and CUNA Compensation Analytics are now available. The tools feature data from nearly 1,100 credit unions and 90 job titles, the most comprehensive credit union-specific compensation data.
Brad Calhoun, president/CEO of Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU) joined other CEOs and top executives from several Long Island companies to help build the 200th Habitat for Humanity Home in Suffolk County.
Credit union loans outstanding grew 0.6% in July, compared to a 0.7% increase in June, according to CUNA’s Monthly Credit Union Estimates for July. Other mortgages led loan growth during the month, rising 1.6%.
Indiana Credit Union League President John McKenzie appeared on a local news station last weekend to share the credit union difference, detailing how not-for-profit financial cooperatives and benefit their members and the communities they serve.
CUNA Thursday released the September 2019 edition of the Economic Update, sponsored by the CUNA Finance Council, highlighting findings from academic journals on the impact credit unions are making to the economy and financial inclusion.
At this year's CUNA Operations & Member Experience Council and Technology Council Conference in Chicago, awards were presented to credit union professionals for their outstanding accomplishments in their respective fields.
American Heritage CU President/CEO Bruce K. Foulke and Chief Operating Officer Scott McCaw performed a humanitarian trip to credit unions in the Bahamas impacted by Hurricane Dorian at the behest of the World Council of Credit Unions.
Federally insured, low-income credit unions that want to become certified CDFIs have until Oct. 5 to apply to use NCUA’s qualification process for streamlined CDFI certification for the final time in 2019.