Development of the Modern U.S. Credit Union Movement
Posted by on January 28, 2013
A new book explores the transformation of many American credit unions from small, limited service institutions run largely by volunteers to today’s full-service, professionally staffed institutions serving more than 90 million members.
Development of the Modern U.S. Credit Union Movement 1970-2010 chronicles the factors that have moved credit unions into the mainstream of American life. These factors include legal and regulatory developments, technological changes, new products and services, and competitive pressures.
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