An Example for Today’s Credit Union Pioneers

An Example for Today’s Credit Union Pioneers

A 95-year-old lesson on pioneering new credit unions is still applicable today. Chip Filson shares the lesson of fifteen women with $4.50, the difference that can make, and wonders who will be the pioneer of credit unions today.

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A History of Credit Unions Part 3: Credit Unions Go National

A History of Credit Unions Part 3: Credit Unions Go National

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!

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