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.
NCUA awarded $1.9 million in grants to help 155 low-income credit unions increase outreach to underserved communities, improve digital services and security and train employees through grants ranging from $1,900 to $100,000.
As president/CEO of a small credit union, Lori Herrick said it focuses on serving member needs. An that’s how Manchester Municipal FCU is able to run an in-house student loan program for the past decade without a single charge-off.
The 2019-2020 Executive Committee of CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council was officially announced at the council’s annual conference. Cindy Swigert, VP human resources at UVA Community CU, will be serving as chair.
The Michigan Credit Union League launched a state brand campaign Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union® to help consumers consider credit unions. CUNA and MCUL collaborated for over two years to research the financial needs of Michigan consumers.
Forty-two credit union leaders were certified as Credit Union Development Educators after completing the National Credit Union Foundation’s Credit Union Development Education DE Training, a unique experiential training program.
Low-income credit unions interested in Community Development Revolving Loan Fund grants can submit applications to NCUA between June 2 and July 20. NCUA will administer approximately $2 million in CDRLF grants to the most qualified applicants.
Professionals from credit unions nationwide are now able to register for the new CUNA Asset/Liability Management eSchool, designed to prepare attendees to guide their credit union’s risk management strategy, set for weekdays Dec. 9 to 16.
Blaming credit unions for the state for the current decline of community banks could not be further from the truth, and have no basis in fact, wrote Patrick La Pine, CEO of LSCU in Credit Union Journal.
The Boards of Directors of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association and the New Jersey Credit Union League today announced they have entered into an agreement to create a new trade association to enhance value to credit unions in both states.