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'PROBLEM SOLVED' COLUMN HELPS CUs
updated 04/16/14 04:30 PM
Latest in Credit Union Digest
Has your credit union taken advantage of the newest Credit Union Digest column—“Problem: Solved”?
Brought to you by leaders of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ business units, each column delivers strategic advice that’s geared to leave you with at least one invaluable piece of information to help drive your credit union’s goals towards success.
Enjoy the following Problem: Solved topics on pages 10-11 within the April/May edition of Credit Union Digest:
ECONOMY 'WELL POSITIONED AND READY' updated
07/23/14 02:06 PM
CUs Can Target Growth Areas
As the economy expands throughout the latter half of 2014, credit unions should focus particularly on the largest employment sectors and growth in these areas, according to California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues Chief Economist Dwight Johnston in his latest Credit Union Digest column.
STORY ON CONGRESSMAN ISSA CLARIFIED updated
07/22/14 11:53 AM
'Misrepresents Facts,' Dykstra Says
Some within the credit union industry may have read the recently published Credit Union Times article regarding remarks from Rep. Darrell Issa, R-CA, in relation to the credit union movement.
GIGI HYLAND TALKS PHILOSOPHY AT WCMS updated
07/21/14 04:11 PM
Foundation Leader Addresses Colloquium
The foundational philosophy of credit unions isn’t dead. But keeping true to the movement’s ideology means staying nimble in how it’s executed and harboring an open mind to change.
NCUA TO INCORPORATE 'RBC' COMMENTS updated
07/21/14 01:22 PM
All Audio Sessions Posted Soon
The National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) three listening sessions in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Alexandria, VA are finished—and the agency said it’s “incorporating comments and ideas from the sessions into its work, including the ongoing review of the agency’s proposed risk-based capital rule.”