Posts Tagged ‘Michael Fryzel’

Welcome to your credit union

Welcome to your credit union

My first financial relationships after graduating from college were with a local bank in the community where I lived and the credit union where I worked. There was great similarity in the operation of the [...]

If you hear something, say something

If you hear something, say something

The recent opinion piece written by Scott Butterfield that appeared on CUInsight regarding examiners of financial institutions contained some expressions that may have been heard before. Fortunately he prefaced his remarks by saying that “most [...]

Trump names two to NCUA landing team

President-elect Donald Trump on Monday appointed Peter Barrett of Barrett Capitol Strategies and Chelsea Pizzola, formerly of the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, to his NCUA landing team. They will join former NCUA Chairman Michael [...]

Score one for the CFPB

Score one for the CFPB

My mother would occasionally tell my father that he was never right. His response was that even a broken clock was right twice a day. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), in the minds of [...]

The power of the ballot

The power of the ballot

In government and politics, where it seems we face a crisis every day, there appears to be a growing concern that those in charge are not only unable to adequately do their jobs but also [...]

The credit union advantage

The credit union advantage

For decades businesses of all types have prided themselves on what they do for their customers. Taking care of a customer’s needs has been foremost in their pursuit of achieving a successful and ongoing [...]

The credit union dream is alive!

The credit union dream is alive!

One thing that was clearly evident at the recent World Credit Union Council & America’s Credit Union Conference was the dedication and commitment of those in attendance to continue providing financial services to the [...]

Being square with seniors

Being square with seniors

The Chicago Tribune recently carried an article that caught my attention. The article entitled “5 Senior Discounts to Avoid” was written by Cameron Huddleston of the Kiplinger Group. The most disturbing part of the article [...]

Go make a difference

Go make a difference

This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending the confirmation of my grandson Christopher. Milestones in a young person’s life are very important and ones which involve a person’s faith are even [...]

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