Houston Police Credit Union CEO to retire after 30 years at the helm


Ayn Talley will step down in January, to be succeeded by the credit union's longtime executive vice president.


BancorpSouth to buy National United in Texas


The companies took a pause from merger discussions when the pandemic hit to evaluate their individual circumstances.


Tim Haegelin, retired CEO of Generations FCU, dies at 76


Haegelin spent several decades in the credit union movement, including helping found the nonprofit Credit Unions for Kids.


Cornerstone League modifies branding


The trade group representing credit unions in Arkansas, Texas and Oklahoma said the change is an attempt to better unify a variety of services the association offers.


New leadership in the cockpit at Air Force Federal Credit Union


Ryan Ross will take over as CEO of the San Antonio, Texas-based institution for Bob Glenn, who is retiring.


Dallas-area credit unions get members' OK for merger


Go Federal Credit Union CEO Bert Beal will take the helm of the combined institution once they join America's Credit Union.


Succession planning issues push Coastal Teachers FCU to merge


A plan to merge the $5.5 million-asset credit union into Cal-Com FCU will provide additional services for members while also easing the process of replacing several employees who plan to retire this year.


Banks in hurricane zone redraw preparedness playbooks


Social distancing and other pandemic-related measures are making it harder for banks in the Gulf region to rely on tried-and-true contingencies.


Texas Sees Surge in Large Bankruptcy Filings


Texas lawyers have long bemoaned the tendency of large Texas-based companies to file bankruptcy in Delaware or New York. However, with the collapse in oil prices and the impact of Covid-19 on retail, many large companies are seeking to restructure in Texas. Since January, 36 groups of companies reporting at least $100 million in assets have filed Texas cases.


Merger scuttled, Texas bank charts new course


Now that its deal with Texas Capital has been called off, Independent Bank in McKinney plans to scale back or exit some commercial lines and will seek to duplicate its retail banking successes in Colorado.