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Be a Crime Fighter By Writing Compelling Suspicious Activity Reports

Be a Crime Fighter By Writing Compelling Suspicious Activity Reports

Filling out a suspicious activity report may seem tedious, but one filled out well can make all the difference in law enforcement cracking the case, say Keri Lillie and Heather Williams of Lillie and Company.

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Executives on Leadership: Defining It for Your Organization

Executives on Leadership: Defining It for Your Organization

In the second article of her series on leadership, Alycia Meyers delves in to discover what executives think makes for a good leader at CU*Answers.

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NCUA Board Agrees to Solicit Comments on Capital Adequacy Changes

NCUA Board Agrees to Solicit Comments on Capital Adequacy Changes

The NCUA board agreed to solicit comments on a proposed rule that would amend the agency’s capital adequacy regulation governing credit unions with assets over $500 million, among other decisions at its July meeting, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.

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Ten Things for Credit Unions to Think About in 2021 and Beyond

Ten Things for Credit Unions to Think About in 2021 and Beyond

2020 shook up the industry and its future trends all in one go. So what should credit unions focus on now? Emily Claus shares her input on Frank Diekmann’s list for ten things credit unions need to be focusing on in the coming years, as well as sharing ways credit unions can get started.

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Executives on Leadership: What Leadership Quality Is Not on the List?

Executives on Leadership: What Leadership Quality Is Not on the List?

Reflecting on the topic of great leadership qualities, Alycia Meyers shares what essential traits the CU*Answers’ Executive Team believes are often looked over.

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