In a follow-up to his previous article on eNotarization, John Beauchamp reveals what changes coronavirus has brought to the electronic document game, and if we can expect these changes to last beyond the pandemic.
What happens when a board chair takes for granted the votes he receives in his favor? Vic Pantea deliverers notes on the May NCUA Board Meeting and wonders what went wrong for Chairman Hood as the board voted on an interim final rule concerning credit union overdraft policies.
On Wednesday, May 13, over 400 credit union representatives met virtually with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) Director Anita Fox to discuss the state of the industry.
As Michigan restaurants face their second month of closures, ATL Federal Credit Union is encouraging members to support local establishments and rewarding them for their effort. CEO Robert Shane details the inspiration for the project and how you can get involved.
As credit unions across the nation work hard to adapt to difficult circumstances, CEO Jim Dean shares how Affinity Credit Union has approached the situation, and shares his feelings on why a policy of open honesty is the best solution.
As credit unions work to adjust to their new normal and find the technologies to continue serving their members from a distance, fintech companies are stepping in to help. Emily Claus shares examples of such companies and what kind of support you can receive for your credit union.
River Valley Credit Union, located in Lowell, MI, received the 2020 Business Appreciation Award from the Lowell Chamber of Commerce in recognition for their years of community engagement. Barb Cooper details the award event and River Valley’s history of giving back.
Is the NCUA’s comment period just a dog and pony show? Vic Pantea might think so. He recaps the NCUA’s December board meeting and the approval of a budget that didn’t factor in complaints from the industry.
With Domino’s Pizza under fire for lack of accessibility, Susanna Wojtkowiak discusses what impact this court case could have on the future of ADA compliance on the web, how this might effect your website, and what steps you should take towards accessibility.
As Kent County Credit Union undergoes a 1.2 million dollar renovation, CUSO Magazine’s Emily Claus sat down with CEO Barbara Page to discuss the inspiration, process, and outlook.