Latest Nevada Credit Unions Industry Feature
Credit Unions: Community Banking
By Pat Evans
Originally published: https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2019/12/credit-unions/
As banks continue to consolidate and grow as national corporations, credit unions likewise continue to provide financial connections to local communities.
Clark County Credit Union President and CEO Matt Kershaw said the philosophy of “people helping people” has propelled state-charted credit unions to be the largest group of locally-owned financial institutions in Nevada.
“Credit unions are healthy and thriving with strong balance sheets,” Kershaw said. “We are owned by our members – the businesses and individuals who we help get the loans they need to buy their dream homes, get the cars they need to get to work and school, plus we even have second-chance programs that help people get on their feet.” [Read the Full Story]
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