GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Joe Akins likes it when members stop him and thank him for all the nickels his credit union puts back into their pockets.
NORTH LIBERTY, Iowa–Credit unions and their members may never be more thankful for online services and mobile access than they are this week in many parts of the country.
MUSKEGO, Wis.—Chris Felton doesn’t like to think about what happened 10 years ago, and how competition for investments among the corporates, combined with the eventual mortgage meltdown, pushed the corporate system close to collapsing.
LAKE FOREST, Ill.—A new study reveals financial institutions that offer a high overdraft fee and no free checking are at risk of losing accounts—especially younger consumers.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.–Even a billion-dollar-plus credit union needs to look to the future and consider if it has the scale to remain viable, according to the CEO of one such CU that has just made a big merger move.
ARLINGTON, Va.—What are credit unions to make of the latest decision in a lawsuit over digital access and the Americans with Disabilities Act?
VIENNA, Va.–A little more than 14 years after Cutler Dawson moved his “Don’t Tread on Me” flag into the corner office at Navy Federal Credit Union, he has now packed it up with his recent retirement.
LAKE FOREST, Ill.—Both banks and credit unions hiked their overdraft fees during 2018—but banks dinged their customers a little more.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—There is too much “isolation” within the credit union movement today, insists one person who has responded by developing a new resource to spur greater collaboration.
KENT, Wash.—A lack of enough suitable merger partners within the movement is leading more credit unions to consider buying a bank, says one merger expert, who believes the deals to date are worth the kinds of premiums being paid.