How CUs Could Rule Social Media
Just remember: it's nothing more than tech-enabled small talk after all.   more »
A credit union's mobile banking program can provide a wealth of intelligence in the form of member data to be analyzed. more »
Rolling back unnecessarily burdensome and costly regulations is the only way to ensure credit unions’ survival. To that end, lawmakers should pass a bill that would give credit unions relief from annual privacy notice requirements and grant safe harbor qualified-mortgage status for certain loans held in their portfolios. more »
NCUA's Larry Fazio offers glimpse at how the agency's Temporary Corporate CU Stabilization Fund has performed. more »
CUNA's Nussle on why the CU difference is unique, special and something that matters. more »
A more transparent process will build trust and strengthen CUs' dual-chartering system. more »
CUNA and NAFCU have always been in competition, but NAFCU's decision to invite state charters to join has added fuel to the fire. more »
CU Journal's new design reflects changing marketplace; U.S. credit union executives have opportunity to look beyond our borders for insight. more »
Central Minnesota CU's chief executive on why he’s happy NAFCU is opening membership to all federally insured, state-chartered credit unions. more »
As NAFCU's members gather in Montreal for the group's annual meeting, SRP FCU CEO Ed Templeton reflects on the insight he has gained during his tenure as NAFCU chairman, and the value the trade association brings to its member credit unions. more »
If NCUA's risk-based capital proposal is a bitter pill to swallow, credit unions can at least be thankful for the spoonful of sugar the agency is currently working on: revamping the field of membership rules. more »
2015 is shaping up to be the year that credit unions will start making serious moves to innovate their small business lending practices on par with upstart online lenders and provide the improved customer experience members expect. more »
It’s easy for credit unions to shrug off things that appear to only affect banks, such as Operation Choke Point, Too Big to Fail, and others, but given what recent history has taught us about the dangers of the trickle-down effect, here’s why the industry can't afford to ignore some of these banker headaches. more »
Sep 28 – 30, 2015   Las Vegas, NV
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So You Think Your Credit Union Can Dance?
This is the second year Shreveport, La.-based ANECA FCU has participated in National Dance Day, a project created by the stars of Fox TV's "So You Think You Can Dance." Here's a look at the CU's efforts for 2015.