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This week we continue to talk about the NCUA and its Risk Based Capital proposals as well as visiting with Kristin Curnyn of the World Council of Credit Unions. Kristin will join us to talk about an exciting new radio show for the World Council and their annual conference in July down under in Australia. The best show just keeps getting better.
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State Employees Credit Union CEO Jim Blaine joins us to talk about the potential impact of the new Risk Based Capital rules. According to Mr. Blaine this is one of the biggest issues to hit the CU marketplace in a very long time.
You can't understand the implications by reading a tweet. Tune in and find out what RBC means to you.
Is is Alamo time for America's Credit Unions?
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Stuart Levine, chairman and CEO of Stuart Levine & Associates, will join Credit Union Times ON AIR to talk about the reality of the NCUA’s new regulation and how it will impact federal credit unions. Additionally, Jon Steck, chairman of Utah Central Credit Union and the National Association of Credit Union Chairmen will discuss directors’ duties. Finally, Main Street Financial FCU CEO Cary Anderson will provide a CEO's perspective. Don’t miss this episode covering a developing issue in the credit union industry.
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Today we discuss controlling fear and anger, the safety of a Credit Union vs. a bank, the first public pension fund goes bankrupt, solar power, broke cities and more.
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Truliant Federal Credit Union Interview with Maria Kramer (branch Manager) The mission of Truliant Federal Credit Union is to enhance the quality of life of our members and to become their preferred financial institution.
Truliant Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit, financial institution that provides affordable financial services to its member-owners. Truliant was chartered in 1952 and now serves more than 180,000 members and has 22 Member Financial Centers in NC, SC, OH and VA. For more information on Truliant Federal Credit Union, visit TruliantFCU.org. In the United States, credit unions are not-for-profit organizations that exist to serve their members rather than to maximize corporate profits. Like banks, credit unions accept deposits and make loans. But as member-owned institutions, credit unions focus on providing a safe place to save and borrow at reasonable rates. Unlike banks, credit unions return surplus income to their members in the form of dividends. Truliant strive to uphold this commitment by becoming the financial partner that helps members (owners) realize their financial goals by our singular dedication to understanding and satisfying their individual needs. This can only be accomplished by establishing and maintaining a relationship of mutual respect and trust with all of our member-owners. A relationship that is also built on adhering to the Credit Union's core values of being democratic, accessible, reliable, progressive thinking and providing family-like service.
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After a brief hiatus for the week of Thanksgiving, Credit Union Times ON AIR is coming back strong with an episode dedicated to the NCUA's corporate legacy asset plan. Panelists will be none other than NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz, Deputy Executive Director Larry Fazio and Sandler O'Neill's Peter Duffy. This is an episode not to be missed!
Credit Union Times ON AIR this week will feature a variety of issues affecting credit union volunteers from education to volunteer/CEO relations to paying “volunteers.” Please join us to hear from distinguished industry veterans, including former NCUA and FHFB Member Geoff Bacino of Bacino & Associates; former Lafayette FCU CEO Bill Brooks of CU Prosper; George Hofheimer of the Filene Research Institute; and State Department FCU ALCO Committee Member John Zimmerman.
The CU Water Cooler gang talks about the 9/24 NCUA moves, coverage in the press, and credit unions' reaction to both.
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