CUNA Business Lending Certification School – taking place at the University of Wisconsin Business School in Madison, Wis., July 17-20 – provides the opportunity to earn the Credit Union Business Lending Professional designation upon completion of all three years.
The Cooperative Credit Union Association joined forces recently with the Maine Credit Union League as hosts of a Young Professional Summit held at Service Credit Union in Portsmouth, N.H. The day of learning and networking attracted young professionals from credit unions across five states.
USAID this month extended the flagship project of its Venezuela Regional Response Program through May 2026, awarding $14 million to World Council of Credit Unions to continue implementation of the Economic Inclusion Project in Peru and Ecuador on a much larger scale.
The National Credit Union Foundation opened general registration for its Workshop 2023 event, an immersive learning event in El Paso, Texas, from Oct. 10 to 13. GECU is partnering with the Foundation as a host credit union and Coopera Consulting, Inclusiv and NLCUP are also event partners.
NCUA Chairman Todd Harper provided an update on NCUA initiatives at the Cooperative Credit Union Association's CU Accelerate 2023 event last weekend. Harper addressed the audience and participated in a fireside chat with CCUA President/CEO Ron McLean.
CUNA World-Class Service School, designed to teach credit union leaders how to build a competitive advantage in delivering customer service, will be held Oct. 2-4 in St. Louis. Both in-person and virtual attendance options are available.
Risk assessment is a constantly moving target and a job that often seems to find its way to the CIO’s desk. The number of things to track is growing—from hardware to software, policies, vendors and more. And each exam seems to lengthen the list.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed Centra CU President/CEO Rick Silvers to the Indiana Board for Depositories. The appointment is for a four-year term that began this month and runs until March 31, 2027.
The North Carolina House of Representatives voted to pass House Bill 410 by an 85-25 margin. The bill grants permission to credit unions to accept as members people below the poverty line and residents of banking deserts.
Credit Union Magazine’s Summer 2023 issue highlights the lending outlook for the rest of the year, how credit unions leverage fintech companies to boost digital lending, the power of lending partnerships, common Bank Secrecy Act violations, and the shift board members must make when becoming chair.