NEW YORK–With asset growth remaining strong at many credit unions, CFOs and other finance executives here tackled issues they are facing when it comes to growing capital.
NEW YORK–Liquidity management and NCUA exam issues were at the top of a list of subjects discussed by more than 80 CU finance execs who participated who met as part of The CFO Exchange during the CUNA Finance Council’s annual meeting here.
NEW YORK–As the CUNA Finance Council marks its 25th anniversary, a panel of CFOs and CEOs who have been a big part of the group’s history shared their perspectives on the Council, careers in finance, and more.
NEW YORK–The CUNA Finance Council named Alan Wade, EVP/CFP with Member One FCU, as its 2019 Volunteer of the Year at the Council’s 25th Annual Conference here.
WASHINGTON–NAFCU and CUNA have joined with two bank trade association in a letter to Congress expressing opposition to the Green Amendment to HR 1500.
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—NAFCU and CUNA have each submitted an amicus brief to U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth District in support of Navy Federal Credit Union’s appeal of a lower-court decision that determined it did not have diversity jurisdiction to file a federal lawsuit.
WASHINGTON—A new Federal Reserve survey of bank officers indicates U.S. institutions are tightening their lending standards and raising rates on commercial loans and credit cards.
HARRISBURG, Penn.–A new chairman and vice chairman of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association have been elected.
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.–Credit Union Trust has been given the final OK to become the first special-purpose bank in Michigan.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—Nearly 50% of PSCU’s employees have completed training on the significance of the credit union movement, its history and the “people helping people” philosophy, the CUSO reported.