SALEM, Ore.—What really drove Rachel Pross to post on LinkedIn her concerns over alleged sexist and demeaning behavior by a number of men during CUNA’s recent GAC, were comments from a young female attendee at the meeting.
LAKE FOREST, Ill.—Credit unions continue to outperform banks when it comes to overdraft income, a new report shows, with the analysis forecasting some institutions will lose revenue in 2019 due to their pricing.
CUPERTINO, Calif.–As many had been predicting/fearing, Apple is expanding its presence in payments with a new credit card called Apple Card that one card analyst said is actually three cards in one.
DANNEBROG, Neb.—Dan Poppe said the threat to his credit union’s office here was immediate, as floodwaters quickly reached a depth of five feet rushing down the main street last week.
WASHINGTON–A credit union CEO who shouldn’t be alive to share what he has learned shared what he has learned about what has become a literally life-changing experience for him and his CU.
LAS VEGAS—Brandi Stankovic, a working mom who is very active within credit unions, believes mothers in the workforce often face scrutiny men never deal with.
HUNT VALLEY, Md.—The only way to address the current rising rate environment is to leverage all areas of the organization that influence rate setting and deposit gathering and retention, says one CEO.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa—Mai-Linh Hoang says the best piece of advice she’s received is to never worry about what other people think of you.
CHICAGO—Credit unions have returned more than $175-million to members in the form of 2018 year-end bonuses and rebates, but CUs themselves were refunded $735-million from the NCUSIF by NCUA during the year. What has happened with the other $575 million?
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—Many more credit unions today are making certain there are female candidates in the mix when searching for a new CEO or executive, says Andrea Rusnak–but some obstacles remain.