How are some individuals able to conceal millions of dollars in fraudulent activity at their credit unions? Keri Lillie explains how trusting employees can be riskier than trusting the system you’ve built around them.
Continuing his series on the importance of business continuity, Jim Lawrence discussed perhaps the most essential step of the process: training and educating your team.
Are credit unions staying situationally close-minded by using mergers as the only way out of a “bad” situation? NACUSO’s Denise Wymore thinks so, and suggests that the industry needs to look up from the blinking lights to find alternative means of succeeding.
“When government gets more money, it wants to spend more,” warned Ed Callahan in 1984. Chip Filson calls on credit unions to hold NCUA’s feet to the fire when it comes to returning AME surpluses to credit unions.
CUSO Magazine Supervising Editor Esteban Camargo urges caution when it comes to evaluating new NCUA board member Kyle Hauptman, citing McWatters as a cautionary tale of early promise and a disappointing end.
Chip Filson reflects on Kyle Hauptman’s first NCUA board meeting, how he chose to break from the script, and what it may predict for the rest of his time on the NCUA.