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Credit Union Journal is merging with American Banker

Credit Union Journal is merging with American Banker

A message from our editors

You will still get all of the the industry-critical credit union coverage that you rely on. Additionally, you have also gained access to all of the banking industry content on American Banker.


We are excited to announce that Credit Union Journal will be merging with our sister publication, American Banker. This is an opportunity to connect you with important content from the broader banking community.

We remain deeply committed to the credit union community. The management and staff at Credit Union Journal are not changing, nor is our focus on covering the issues that matter most to the industry, from the smallest credit unions to the largest.

American Banker will have a dedicated section for Credit Union Journal where you will be able to find all the content you’ve come to expect from us. You’ll still get everything you need for mission-driven, strategic decision-making, with a focus on insights and analysis. In addition to our extensive coverage of credit union growth strategies, law and regulation, technology and more, you’ll also gain access to the sophisticated analysis of the banking industry that American Banker has been delivering for over 150 years.

Nothing about your current subscription will change. From now until the end of the transition, you will continue to have access to CUJournal.com. As of today, you will also be able to use your CUJ login for AmericanBanker.com. If you have any questions about your upcoming subscription renewal, please contact our customer success team at 212-803-8500.

We hope you will take some time to explore some of American Banker’s award-winning journalism. Our teams have worked alongside one another for years, and this merger represents the next step in what has already been a successful partnership.

Here’s what you can expect during the transition:

  • Access on CUJournal.com
  • Access to American Banker starting today
  • Launching soon: Credit Union Journal dedicated channel in AmericanBanker.com, including archived content
  • Ongoing newsletter delivery as you have today
  • Expanded resources that come with your subscription, available on AmericanBanker.com

Use your CUJournal credentials to login to American Banker →

Aaron Passman
Editor, Credit Union Journal
Alan Kline
Editor-in-Chief, American Banker
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  • Log in today
    Visit americanbanker.com and log in using your existing Credit Union Journal credentials (email address and password). Your credentials will grant you complete access to American Banker.
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  • Discover new perspectives
    While you still have access to cujournal.com, you can also access American Banker. Take time to check out the award-winning journalism, original research and benchmarking, and thought leader interviews from across the banking industry.
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  • Next: Explore our new home
    Once the transition happens, you’ll find all of the content that you find here from Credit Union Journal in a dedicated section on americanbanker.com. We’ll continue delivering in-depth coverage on the credit union community, from growth strategies and innovation, to law and regulation.
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  • Coming soon: the launch of Leaders
    We'll soon be launching the Leaders forum, a place within American Banker where industry innovators and senior voices will share their leadership experiences and perspectives on business-critical topics. Through livestream and on-demand content, you can learn more about the transformative ideas driving financial services across topics like AI and Automation, The Future of Money, and The Future of Work.
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Our customer success team is here to answer all of your questions through this transition.