Why a Bank Merger is Often Bad and a Credit Union Merger Often Good

Mergers among credit unions have long been viewed with ambivalence; there was a taste of disappointment about them. But good credit union mergers increase the value propositions to both acquired and acquiring credit union members. Accordingly, good mergers make for a stronger credit union movement. In fact, struggling credit unions should look for merger partners sooner rather than later so that members are not lost to the movement nor resources wasted.




March 1, 2005



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