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2023 Legislative Outlook Predicts More Compromise

Consumers and credit unions benefit from dual-party control Voter turnout for the November 2022 elections set records for a midterm, and now that all of...

How to Navigate Fraud in a Digital World

AI tools and people work together to mitigate risk Fraud monitoring throughout the financial system proved challenging in 2020 and 2021 as economic programs designed...

NAFCU Advocacy Ready for Progress in 2023

B. Dan Berger, NAFCU President and CEO The start of the new year brings new energy and motivation to tackle issues facing us. For NAFCU,...

Reflections for the New Year: Exercises to Focus Your Efforts

John Spence At this time of year, many of us stop to reflect and prepare. We look back over lessons learned and forward to what...

Predictions for 2023

As we celebrate the New Year, we also acknowledge the unique and pressing challenges facing credit union leadership. Key industry partners and vendors offer...

Executive Spotlight: Rick Stafford

Q: What led you to the credit union sector, and to Tower Federal Credit Union? A: Simply, the credit union industry was in alignment with...

The Power of a Dollar

Jama Campbell, SECU Foundation Executive Director For almost 20 years, members of State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) have exemplified the cooperative spirit of the credit...

The Liquidity Bullwhip

Curt Long, NAFCU Chief Economist and Vice President of Research A feature of the COVID economy has been sudden, sharp changes in critical areas. The...

Ready Your Credit Union to Weather 2023

Greg Mesack, NAFCU SVP of Government Affairs It’s hard to escape the never-ending talk about where the U.S. economy stands and where it’s headed. But...

Collaboration is key

Gary Grinnell, NAFCU Board Chair For those of us in the credit union industry, most have a specific reason or story that brought us to...
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