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From Andy Reed, president and CEO of Texas People Federal Credit Union in Fort Worth comes a story that warms all of our hearts and reminds us why credit unions are so needed and valued in our communities. First, never forget, it's about the people. Reed, in a stirring Facebook post, brings us a story about a special person named Harry, one of Texas People FCU's members.
Raise your hand if you feel spammed to the gills with unwanted emails. We all do, so we get it. If you're receiving too many emails from Cornerstone about things you're not interested in, we want to know. You can tell us in about one minute which kinds of emails you want to receive and which you don't.
Your brand new, fiery red 2015 Ford Mustang! Your chance to win this beautiful car is as simple as purchasing a ticket—or three—from the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation.
A Friday article in the Credit Union Journal notes a furious letter-writing campaign by bankers against NCUA's proposed changes to its member business lending (MBL) rules unveiled at the agency's June board meeting. Through Friday, the agency had posted more than 250 letters on its website.
The Model Credit Union Act, a valuable resource for state credit union leagues, was recently updated by members of CUNA’s advocacy team and a working group of credit union league representatives and facilitated by members of CUNA’s advocacy team.
CU Today reports that NCUA plans to make a $300-million payment to the Treasury Department from the Corporate Stabilization Fund. The plan was first mentioned by the agency’s vice chairman, Rick Metsger, during the American Association of Credit Union Leagues’ Summer Meeting, according to sources. NCUA owes $2.5 billion to Treasury related to the Stabilization Fund.
CEOs and key management staff always look forward to Cornerstone's annual Managers Roundtable to share best practices and strategies. This year's event takes place in Branson, Missouri, Sept. 23–25 at the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing.
Cornerstone Credit Union League offers a convenient and cost-effective opportunity for asset/liability management (ALM) training in various locations within the Cornerstone region. The ALM Essentials Workshop and the ALM Implementation Workshop will be offered in Oklahoma City, Dallas, Tulsa, and Little Rock.
Cornerstone is hosting a T3 (Train-the-Trainer) Roundtable on Wednesday, Sept. 9, offering you a fantastic six hours of self-improvement. Trainers spend so much time developing others, now it’s their turn. If you're a trainer, give yourself the well-deserved gift of T3.
Now online, credit unions may view the latest Cornerstone Credit Union League Regulatory Grid Summary. This informative summary gives you the most up-to-date details about current federal and state comment calls for proposed rules and regulations.
The Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation’s Grants Committee, which meets three times a year to approve grants for financial education programs and chapter and professional development, approved 33 grants totaling $45,750 during the second funding cycle.
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