The latest from Anthony Demangone

- by Anthony Demangone, NAFCU

5 big questions for your board

A massive survey (McKinseyQuarterly.com) of corporate directors found that the “average” director knows far more about their company’s finances than they do about risks facing ...

- by Anthony Demangone, NAFCU

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My father grew up in Latrobe, which is about 30 minutes outside of Pittsburgh and he earned his degree from Duquesne University in Da Burgh. Growing up, I had no ...

- by Anthony Demangone, NAFCU

Dinner, with a lesson

Recently, I had the pleasure of dining with a number of successful credit union CEOs.  As much as I could, I sat back and listened. At one point, one of ...

- by Anthony Demangone, NAFCU

Will our wine be worth drinking?

A few years ago, I was in the wine country of California. It was an eye-opener. Not only were the vistas breathtaking, but it was fun to learn about a ...

- by Anthony Demangone, NAFCU

…You might be a manager

Growing up in rural Pennsylvania, I always enjoyed Jeff Foxworthy’s comedy routines. Especially the “you might be a redneck” bits.  Sure, they sometimes hit a bit ...

- by Anthony Demangone, NAFCU

Micromanaging…or is it attention to detail?

The micro-manager.  Ugh.  It is a label that no manager wants on his or her back.  But managers need some details about what is happening on the ground. How does ...

- by Anthony Demangone, NAFCU

7 compliance rules for non-compliance managers

Compliance.  Auditors.  Regulations.  Examiners.  These words lead to audible groans, gasps, and the shaking of heads or fists.  All too often, I’ve spoken to a credit union group ...