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Saturday, December 20, 2014
Why Kansas-Missouri League Consolidation Isn't A Merger
The Kansas and Missouri Credit Union Associations are hashing out a new alignment that would join the two state leagues together. But whatever you call it, don't call it a merger.
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WASHINGTON — When Bill Cheney left the Credit Union National Association in June his successor was not known immediately, so Bill Hampel, longtime SVP of research and policy analysis and chief economist, stepped up to the plate to serve as interim CEO. more »
LAS VEGAS — How difficult is it for marijuana businesses to maintain relationships with mainstream financial institutions? Just ask Jon Levine. more »
LAS VEGAS — Despite unprecedented levels of support for marijuana legalization in the United States, businesses that work with this budding industry repeatedly voice the same complaint: the inability to obtain and sustain banking relationships because pot is illegal under federal law. more »
It's the most wonderful time of the year — unless you're paying with plastic, in which case this holiday season might be a little scarier than in years past. more »
WASHINGTON — One day a mobile phone giant, the next day a furniture store catering to military service members. more »
LANSING, Mich. — Six men have been arrested in connection with a string of credit union robberies here, and police are seeking information on a seventh person who may have been involved. more »
President Obama's surprise decision to restore economic ties with Cuba will reverberate throughout the U.S. financial services industry, as Cuban-Americans send more money to their relatives back home and American companies start to conduct more business in the island nation. more »
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — NCUA had a perfect track record when it came to data breaches — until now. more »
WASHINGTON — A top White House adviser said President Obama will not allow any further amendments to be made to the Dodd-Frank Act through spending packages. more »
MADISON, Wis.—CUNA has named Jill Tomalin deputy chief of staff. In her newly created role, Tomalin will be responsible for advising CUNA's president and overseeing the association's operations. more »
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA is encouraging low-income credit unions to apply for the agency's latest round of technical assistance grants. more »
WASHINGTON — Tracie Kenyon has been named chairman of the American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL), succeeding Wendell Lyons, who stepped down from the post on Monday. Kenyon formerly served as AACUL's vice chairman. more »
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A campaign to boost usage of e-services not only hit the mark with clever marketing, but taught organizers some lessons about digital outreach. more »
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