Items Tagged with 'credit unions'


Credit Union Trust receives state approval

November 8, 2018
Seven credit unions have received approval from the state to form a trust. Read More

Repeal of harmful price controls necessary

February 10, 2017
When comparing life today to 1934, it’s not likely you’ll find many similarities. Read More

Credit union growth — plan and prepare

June 19, 2015
As a legal advisor to credit union leadership on a variety of matters, I am often contacted by clients when a perceived crisis of some kind has developed, or there is a high likelihood that one is on the horizon. Read More

More loans, more members for Michigan Credit Unions

MCUL reports that 2014 was a high-growth year for Michigan.

April 24, 2015
Michigan credit unions, according to the Michigan Credit Union League, enjoyed double-digit increases in business loans and auto loans through 2014, plus a healthy jump in membership. Read More

Credit unions merge

October 10, 2014
A $40-million credit union is merging with a larger credit union on the east side of the state. Read More

Credit unions diversifying product offerings

May 16, 2014
Credit unions aren’t just about savings accounts, auto loans and home equity loans anymore. Read More

Take a bow, West Michigan credit unions

Gerber Federal, Consumers and United Federal honored at conference in Florida.

May 2, 2014
Three West Michigan credit unions received three of seven national awards last week from the Credit Union National Association HR/TD Council at its annual conference in Florida. Read More

Michigan credit unions claim ‘extraordinary’ growth

But checking account numbers are dropping in West Michigan.

November 24, 2012
In the year since consumers were urged to move their accounts from big banks to credit unions on Bank Transfer Day (Nov. 5, 2011), credit unions in Michigan have reported an “extraordinary” surge in new members, according to a report from Michigan Credit Union League & Affiliates. Read More