Annual meetings are essential for keeping your member-owners informed and invested in the credit union, so how do you get your members in the door? Melissa Fulgenzi shares her thoughts after attending annual meetings at multiple credit unions.
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.
The financial crisis and high profile failures of companies like Enron has prompted companies to take a harder look at their oversight and board governance. Chip Filson looks at those measures and wonders if credit unions should be doing the same.
Why did the American Bankers Association feel the need to hide behind a proxy for their explorecreditunions.com registration? Supervising Editor Esteban Camargo dives into the recent drama surrounding the ABA and why credit unions don’t need to resort to shady tactics.
When it comes to data analytics, how do you know when to dive into the details and when to take a step back? Josh Peacock is here to help you decide what is going to be most beneficial for you and your credit union, and how to not get lost in the weeds.
In this op-ed originally appearing in Tell Me Why I’m Wrong, Randy Karnes explains why CUSOs need to step up and take a bigger role in the NCUA board member selection process for the sake of the industry at large.
Struggling to find candidates for your credit union’s board of directors? River Valley Credit Union found a way to not only identify potential future board members, but have them come in with the experience to hit the job running.