NACHA has announced cash prizes for a team challenge addressing payment solutions, and is accepting nominations for excellence awards.
Nussle called for all credit unions, CEOs, Board Members, and professionals to engage in credit union advocacy and to rally their members.
After losing their sponsor company, Terry Fultz and the Newrizons team found a way to survive, grow and serve their changing community. As they celebrate 50 years, the credit union is as fresh and relevant as ever.
Credit unions got to see their own vehicles sold, engaging in process from beginning to end.
Credit unions’ commitment to financial education played out in a live, interactive Financial Reality Fair during Credit Union Day at the Capitol last week. Students from River Ridge High School and a team of credit union volunteers impressed Washington legislators by demonstrating that students do have an appetite for financial education – and that credit unions are ready to provide it.
Jeff Russell, president and CEO of TMG Financial Services and a keynote speaker at the NWCUA’s 2012 Convention, explains how times have changed for credit unions, and how they can use a challenging economy as an opportunity to build membership.
Three months after Bank Transfer Day, it’s still unclear whether leadership feels it had a positive or negative impact on credit unions. An exercise at the first Leadership Symposium produced some interesting findings.
Brandy Fielding recalls the elation of getting the CEO job and the steps she took to improve the credit unionâ€™s internal structure to ensure success.