Earlier this month, I had the good fortune of attending CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) in Washington.
January saw the arrival of new faces in Washington on both sides of the aisle following last year’s highly contentious midterm elections.
There was a time when for America’s credit unions thought they had really become the “bee’s knees” when they first began meeting in Washington for reasons other than taking a train to Union Station to get federal legislation passed or a new federal regulator organized
Every organization is faced with the challenges of knowledge sharing amongst its leadership team.
James Brown won’t be at CUNA’s GAC this week (at least not the James Brown), which is too bad, since he wrote the anthem for this year’s meeting: “I Feel Good.”
NCUA approved 53 mergers in the fourth quarter of 2018, an increase from the 52 in the prior quarter.
A barrier to mergers that often isn’t discussed. A merger feature that often isn’t practiced. What power drills can teach us.
Despite consumer interest in and adoption of alternative payment methods, the most traditional form of payment, cash and coin, remains a mainstay of the U.S. purchasing economy.
According to the CUToday.info 2018 Member Giveback Tracker, credit unions have announced special bonuses, loan rebates and other payouts to the tune of about $180 million so far.
I recently updated the prescriptions for my glasses.