Patrick McCloskey, a board member at SCE FCU in Irwindale, Calif., moved off the grid with his family last year, living with no natural gas and tapping a mountain spring for water. The move has done more than just change his life its altered his perspective on credit union governance.
The popular Young & Free program is still widely utilized, but some CUs are crafting their own independent outreach programs and bringing in millennial staffers to run them. more »
Many fully expected the agency to approve the significant overhaul of its field of membership rule, but the regulator went one better, issuing a new proposal that raises the population limit on well-defined communities from 2.5 million to 10 million. more »
Credit union professionals and economists debate the Federal Reserve's next interest rate increase.
Despite the near-frenzied interest in this years unprecedented presidential race, the key battles for CUs are in Congress.
Teller-less branches at SafeWay stores helped Boeing Employees Credit Union boost membership by nearly 50% between 2009 and 2015.
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How Diverse is Your CU?
This video from NCUA introduces the regulator's new diversity self-assessment checklist to help credit unions can improve their diversity efforts. The assessment has no bearing on an institution's CAMEL rating and is not part of the exam process.