Credit unions, and their employees and members have joined other industry partners from around the world to donate more than $150,000 to the Ukrainian Credit Union Displacement Fund. These funds will be used to address immediate humanitarian needs.
The Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions’ Global Women’s Leadership Network encourages industry women to apply for the 2022 GWLN Scholarship starting Tuesday, International Women's Day. Applications are due April 15.
The Illinois Credit Union League and Coopera partnership to advance financial inclusion will enter a new phase in 2022 as the organizations will work together on enabling Illinois credit unions to offer financial products and services to benefit underrepresented consumers across the state.
Credit unions can get valuable information on changes to the NCUA’s CAMELS rating system during an upcoming webinar hosted by NCUA on Thursday, March 10, beginning at 2 p.m. ET. The webinar will run approximately 60 minutes.
The League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU) announced the hire of Samantha Beeler as the new President of LSCU. Beeler currently serves as vice president of Advocacy for the Northwest Credit Union Association.
CUNA’s Small Credit Union Committee released the Small Credit Union Talent Strategy Guide to address the challenges and opportunities for talent acquisition and to leverage small credit unions’ unique position in the marketplace to find, attract, and retain talent.
In celebration of its 20th Anniversary, the Credit Union House Board of Directors held a ceremonial ribbon cutting to kick off their Annual Meeting. The Credit Union House also board elected Diana Dykstra, president/CEO of the California & Nevada Credit Union Leagues, as its newest board director.
Credit unions across the Carolinas provide citizens the best value for personal financial services , delivering an estimated $467.2 million in benefits among 6.2 million members in the Carolinas during the twelve months ending September 2021.
CUNA Strategic Services (CSS) has selected its newest alliance provider, interface.ai, a market leader providing intelligent self-service for credit unions, which will allow credit unions access to interface.ai’s AI-powered solutions, enabling them to enhance member experiences and operational efficiencies.
The Cooperative Credit Union Association has released reports highlighting the financial impact of credit unions in Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island on their members and the communities they serve.