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Below will be the links to the news items that we recently posted on our home page. Also below are links to recent press releases we have sent out or received.

November 2014 Items

  • CUs Up Other FIs down in Consumer Satisfaction: ACSI's annual survey shows that members are very satisfied with their credit unions … and media outlets pick up the story.
  • Reaching Millennials Thru Financial Education: Jason Vitug explains that millenniall's understanding of financial education is different.
  • A Direct Line: Why Do You Volunteer?: Montana credit union directors share their reasons. More►
  • CUs Up Other FIs down in Consumer Satisfaction: ACSI's annual survey shows that members are very satisfied with their credit unions … and media outlets pick up the story.
  • Economists readjust inflation forecast: A Wall Street Journal survey shows that annual inflation won't hit 2 %, as previously predicted. More►
  • Are You Ready to Convert?: Are you asking these questions about EMV conversion? More►
  • Mind the Wealth Gap: CU Times reports that the growing wealth gap gives credit unions an opportunity to serve more people. More
  • : Credit unions are great employers -- consider working at one. More►
  • Wellness Programs: When used as prescribed, wellness programs benefit credit union staff. More►
  • Montana Legislative Leaders Chosen: Newly elected legislators from across Montana gathered in Helena this week to caucus. Debby Barrett was chosen the first female Senate President. More
  • Kansas Corporate Announces Merger: This week, Kansas Corporate Credit Union and Missouri Corporate announced intentions to merge. KCCU serves many Montana credit unions and will be the surviving CU. More►
  • Negative Savings for Under 35: A new Moody's report shows that millennials have a negative savings rate, but do participate in 401(K) plans when offered. More►
  • CU-Friendly Candidates (Mostly) Prevail: Election Day brought good news for many of the U.S. House and Senate candidates supported by credit unions. More►
  • Helena FIs Issue Replacement Cards: Helena Community CU was featured in Helena IR coverage on local data breaches. 
  • MT Governor Recognizes Co-ops: This week, A Direct Line features a letter from Gov. Bullock celebrating the contributions cooperatives have made to Montana's economy. More►
  • Get Out and Vote: Tomorrow's Election Day and credit-union supported candidates need your support. More►
  • Why a CU Might be Best for You: Money magazine gives credit unions a nod in an article on the results of its Best Banks survey. More►
  • Home Depot Breach Cost CUs nearly $60 million: The results of CUNA's survey are in. More►
  • The Mobile Payment Battle: It's Walmart vs. Apple Pay -- Reuters reports on the latest skirmish in the fight for consumers' digital wallets. More►
  • A Direct Line: A Look at Millennials: Is your credit union interested in millennials as members? Read this week's blog for some interesting, strategic insight. More►

Click on the links below to access articles from past months (starting with August 2013).


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