HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. – 2018 represented another record year for CU Xpress Lease, announced GrooveCar, which reported volume in the product reached $707 million—a 45% year-over-year increase.
WASHINGTON–Three people and one organization were recognized by the National Credit Union Foundation with Herb Wegner Awards for their achievements and contributions to credit unions.
WASHINGTON–CUNA will kick off the second full day of its Governmental Affairs Conference today with an appearance by Vice President of the United States Mike Pence.
WASHINGTON—CUNA President Jim Nussle challenged the entire concept of “coopetition” among credit unions during remarks opening the trade association’s Governmental Affairs Conference.
WASHINGTON—If credit unions don’t understand the real impact they’re having on members’ lives, they should look more closely at how financial assistance plays a role in people’s overall lives, says Gigi Hyland.
WASHINGTON–The Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions, the charitable arm of the World Council of Credit Unions, celebrated its 10-year development partnership with Haiti during a reception at Anderson House here along Embassy Row.
WASHINGTON—As 5,000 credit union leaders gather in Washington for CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference, it’s a busy week for hearings in both chambers of Congress.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga.—Used vehicle values continue to weaken, according to Black Book, whose Used Vehicle Retention Index dropped for the third month in a row in February.
WASHINGTON—Outstanding consumer credit at credit unions grew at a slower pace in January 2019, new data show.
PANAMA CITY, Fla.–Six months after portions of its communities were devastated by Hurricane Michael in October of 2018, Tyndall FCU has created a video highlighting the recovery work done by its employees.