Guess there are still quite a few "take-it-at-face-value" credit union leaders out there in this cold, cruel world; but the rest of us are more into the tradition of President Ronald Reagan: "Trust and Verify!"
That's what the next phase of the CUNA/NAFCU discussion and evaluation is going to entail.
|Give me that!|
NAFCU has appeared to step forward boldly to claim the leadership role in trying to help guide credit unions into the future. But NAFCU has also made some pretty broad statements about its capabilities, which to date haven't been seriously vetted by any independent third party. But, is NAFCU really more nimble than CUNA, have higher quality compliance expertise, all at a more affordable price?
NAFCU should be given high praise for giving all credit unions "a choice" in representation at the national level, especially after CUNA and the leagues' namby-pamby, wish-wash indecisiveness?(or was it simply their traditional, institutional arrogance?)
Let's take a quick look at the question of cost...