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Learn how four credit unions are making a major impact on their communities, from small everyday acts throughout the year to large-scale volunteer events.
By Sharon Simpson
The Iowa credit union takes the movement’s mantra of “people helping people” to heart through a program that empowers people of limited means.
By Ted Goldwyn
Locating call centers across its North Carolina footprint maximizes building space for SECU and provides jobs in high unemployment areas.
By Marc Rapport
Credit unions received more than $50 million in funding over the past 12 months. Where did it come from? And where is it going?
Learn how St. Mary’s Bank offers low-income first-time homebuyers a reprieve from mounting down payment and closing costs.
By Erik Payne
States all across the nation posted significant year-to-date growth in mortgage originations when compared to the same time frame last year.
As credit union leaders, members, and advocates pause and reflect during this season of thanks, CreditUnions.com shares a few examples of credit unions paying it forward and giving back.
Share growth accelerated at credit unions, posting a 2.2 percentage point increase from September 2014.
It’s taken more than a decade, but this Wisconsin credit union has fine-tuned its car-buying services to benefit members and increase its loan portfolio.
Communication and a shared perspective allow this consortium to gain efficiencies in areas that are scalable and manageable with clear metrics and service level agreements.
Experiences in high-tech manufacturing, small business services, and the rodeo have prepared Kim Alexander, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Warren Federal Credit Union, for her role at a high-growth credit union.
Joy Wilson, chief administrative officer of ORNL Federal Credit Union, talks about identifying talent and competencies, collaborating, and managing through dynamic change.
Hilary Eisbrenner, chief financial officer at Keesler Federal Credit Union, shares thoughts on leadership, industry challenges, team-building, and dream-following.
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