BROOKFIELD, Wis.—It won’t be long before operating a mortgage operation may be as simple as running the CU’s credit card business.
BOULDER CITY, Nev.—The Global Women’s Leadership Network (GWLN) is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in 2019, and Susan Mitchell says it’s been one idea in particular that has helped significantly expand the organization’s effects on the lives of women around the world.
CHICAGO—What does it take to become the “Best Credit Union In America?”
MOON TOWNSHIP, Penn.—Do consumers prefer listening to a robot talk about financial services rather than a member service rep or teller?
WASHINGTON—The current rising rate environment in which spreads are slim demand credit unions take additional risk to manage the bottom line, says Evan Clark.
KURDISTAN, Northern Iraq–The World Council of Credit Unions is seeking to embark on a plan to charter credit unions in one of the most conflicted regions of the world as part of an effort to improve the lives of people living in refugee camps here.
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Assessing what led to the corporate credit union crisis 10 years ago, Michael Fryzel said mismanagement and total disregard for fiduciary responsibility was “rampant” among credit unions’ credit unions.
LOMBARD, Ill.—It’s time credit unions improve their processes for making small business loans if they are to capitalize on the growing MBL demand, says Raddon.
FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn.—Saying it recognizes just how much auto lending is going to change in coming years as the result of ride sharing services and autonomous vehicles, SPIRE Credit Union has announced a new partnership with HOURCAR that is also aimed at raising awareness.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—Instead of passing the donation basket, some churches in England are handing around the digital collection plate—and the new cashless, contactless payments approach to accepting donations is working very well.