LATHRUP VILLAGE, Mich.—The current rising rate environment may prove to be quite different from those in the past, asserts one CEO who has managed his credit union through several rising rate cycles.
WASHINGTON–There is a lesson for credit unions to be found in how other organizations have overcome huge challenges in the past. Learn those lessons, said one expert, and credit unions will be able to share their “magic” with the world.
WASHINGTON–As credit unions were preparing to hike Capitol Hill and lobby for their cause, a former U.S. Secretary of State said it’s imperative they also “lobby for the future.”
WASHINGTON–The captain of the first American Women’s Everest Expedition said every leader needs to be “relentless” when it comes to one thing, and every organization must be “failure tolerant.”
ROYAL OAK, Mich.—NCUA has made a change to one of its processes that should bring more opportunities to credit unions seeking to buy a bank.
BURLINGAME, Calif.—The career path to the top of the credit union that begins at the teller line is fading, says one CU CEO who began that same journey 34 years ago.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.—With all the hype around Zelle, should every credit union be jumping onboard the rapidly growing P2P solution?
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?”