In a time of growing legal pressure for credit union board members, Patrick Sickels covers the most important legal requirements and case study examples in this two part series.
Dozens of businesses and community organizations, including CU*Answers’ Communi7y Crew, recently pulled together to raise school supplies for the annual Stuff the Bus event, and set a new record.
Recruiting and retaining talent can be extremely challenging in a low unemployment market. Amber Overla looks into what are the biggest challenges facing human resources teams and what they can focus on in recruiting to find and retain great employees.
CU*Answers technical and compliance experts Dave Wordhouse and Patrick Sickels recently attended the RSA Conference to learn about the biggest cybersecurity threats facing credit unions today. In this first of a series, they take a look at the big business that is cybercrime, and the individuals responsible for some of the biggest cyber breaches.
In this new series called “CUSO Basics”, Bob Frizzle introduces you to the nitty gritty details that make CUSOs what they are. What’s the ownership model? Why are patronage and investment important? Why start a CUSO? Read to find out!
The conclusion of our five-part history of credit unions takes us to a head-to-head confrontation with the banking industry in the 90s and the impact of the Great Recession on credit unions.
Part 4 of this credit union history series explores the formation of the National Credit Union Association in 1970, the rapid growth of credit union assets over the course of the next decade, and the changes in credit union services and policies that would lead to a confrontation with the banking industry…
Part 3 of this credit union history series explores the formation of the Federal Credit Union Act in 1934, the rapid growth of credit unions nationwide in the decades to follow and sets us up for the emergence of an independent governing agency for credit unions, which had been passed around between four different supervisory agencies!