The financial world, with its complex knit of systems and technologies, puts extra pressure on board directors overseeing credit unions. Being a financial savant, however, isn't what makes a good board member, it's something much more deeply rooted.
Following up on recommendations made by Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, several credit unions have launched initiatives to help redress Indigenous peoples’ tragic past.
Credit unions that cultivate and nurture women leadership are paving the way for future success.
Leading Edge Credit Union is making a difference — becoming a community enabler rather than just a community player.
Lean management strategy enhances efficiencies and adds value for credit union members.
Credit unions need to do more to ensure that there is greater gender equity on their boards.
Participants from 100 countries flock to Quebec City for the biennial International Summit of Co-operatives
Can adopting a Lean ethos help credit unions?
What upcoming challenges and opportunities will credit unions be facing?
Credit unions are trying new things in order to keep their competitive edge in a rapidly changing marketplace
What will it take to achieve gender parity?
The baby boom generation are leaving the workforce. What will this mean for credit unions?