This month, Cornerstone League’s Leave a Legacy campaign highlights four trailblazers from Arkansas. See how they’ve advanced in their careers and expanded the reach of the credit union movement in their communities.
If you’re joining us for this year’s virtual Hike at Home—and we recommend you do—you’ll want to be sure you’ve completed your Meeting Request, so we can set up the virtual meeting with the lawmaker of your choice.
“Building Financial Health for a Brighter Tomorrow.” Sounds good, doesn’t it? That’s the theme for this year’s International Credit Union Day, which takes place next week. We hope your credit union is going all out to celebrate the success of our movement.
Whether your credit union is in the discovery stages or can clearly envision use cases for cryptocurrency, Cornerstone League is imparting relevant information that may help guide you as you compile your comments to NCUA before the comment deadline.
Some credit unions are fighting back against an NCUA rule that will prevent them from receiving the full benefits a program Congress designed to help banks and credit unions serve more minorities. See what that’s all about.
Federally insured credit unions with MDI and low-income designations are eligible to apply for NCUA’s MDI mentoring grants now through Oct. 29. Don’t miss out if your credit union qualifies.
With the rise in costly six-and seven-figure ransomware attacks, credit unions need to create an incident response plan. Find out how from our friends at CUNA Mutual Group.
El Paso-based GECU has won the Desjardins Adult Financial Education Award. Learn about GECU’s winning programs and how they impacted GECU members and the community.
In celebration of International Credit Union Day, the North Texas Sister Society will feature UK credit union CEO Beth Welsh at its Oct. 21 virtual meeting. You won’t want to miss out.
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