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CU System Briefs (06/12/2013)
  • OCEAN CITY, Md. (6/12/13)--"The future of credit unions remains bright," National Credit Union Administration board member Michael Fryzel told attendees of the 2013 Annual Meeting and Convention of the Maryland and District of Columbia Credit Union Association. Fryzel in his remarks praised Maryland and D.C. credit unions for their strong member service. "Maryland and D.C. credit unions have seen the economic struggles of their members and the toll the housing market has had on them…As growing economic uncertainly continues to plague the region, I commend you for the strides you've taken to meet members' needs," he added. The regulator also addressed the corporate credit union situation, the economy at large, and pending and proposed rules in his remarks ...
  • ROCKVILLE, Md. (6/12/13)--Juli Anne Callis, president/CEO of NIH FCU, Rockville, Md., has announced her resignation. She will leave the $584 million asset credit union July 31. Callis cited family reasons for her departure. She plans to relocate to Southern California to be closer to her family, she told News Now. Callis came to NIH FCU in 2009 from KeyPoint CU, Santa Clara, Calif., where she was executive vice president and chief operating officer …


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