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WELCOME TO CREDIT UNION JOURnal’s “2017 Buyers’ Guide & Directory.” This special issue is more than just an annual tradition — it’s a vital resource for our subcribers.
Despite the expansive presence of the Internet and mobile devices in everyone’s lives these days, we consistently hear from readers that the “Buyer’s Guide & Directory” is a much-appreciated “Old-school” resource they like to keep handy on their desks throughout the year.
In this issue, Credit Union Journal provides listings and contact information for, as we like to put it, “everything credit union.” From federal and state regulators to corporate credit unions; state leagues and national associations to credit union foundations at the national, state and local levels, and much more.
And, of course, we’ve provided one of the most popular features every year in the “Buyer’s Guide & Directory,” with a full listing of meetings and events of interest to credit unions that have already been scheduled for 2018.
This annual compendium also includes a listing of some of the top solutions providers that credit unions can turn to for everything from boosting their loan growth and managing their cards portfolios to delving into big data and the latest in technology.
Because this special edition is designed to be used as a reference throughout the year, the one thing that is missing from this issue are news stories. But that doesn’t mean our editorial team went on vacation.
The breaking news—and more importantly, analysis of what those breaking stories really mean to credit unions—can still be found at www.cujournal.com.
For all that the “Buyer’s Guide & Directory” is a long-standing tradition here at Credit Union Journal, that doesn’t mean it’s a stagnant document. On the contrary, it is very much a living document. To that end, we want to hear from our readers how it can be improved.
Credit Union Journal has long believed that the people who know best about what credit unions want and need are credit unions themselves. If there’s a resource we haven’t included that you think would be valuable to the credit union community, please let us know. This issue, like every issue of Credit Union Journal, is designed to be a valuable resource for credit union leade1rs. As always, we invite your feedback at any time and we hope you find the “2017 Buyers’ Guide & Directory” useful throughout the next year.