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STL, KC Business Journals Rank Largest Credit Unions

Apr
24

This week, the Kansas City Business Journal and the St. Louis Business Journal released lists of the largest credit unions in their respective areas.

The Kansas City Business Journal researched the list locally and ranked them by assets:

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St. Louis Business Journal Spotlights MCUA Chairman

Sep
05

The September 5th edition of The St. Louis Business Journal featured a Q&A with Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) Chairman Brian Eyestone, president of Southpointe Credit Union. Eyestone answered questions on credit union growth, risk-based capital, business lending, social media and more. Here's an exert: 

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Business Journals Spotlight Credit Unions

Apr
29

Credit unions were all over the news this week in the St. Louis and Kansas City Business Journal publications. The April 25-May 1 editions featured numerous articles about credit unions, featuring Missouri leaders from Kansas City and St. Louis. Here is a summary of each article: 

The List: Largest Credit Unions 
The St. Louis Business Journal ranked local credit unions by deposits as of December 31, 2013, to create its weekly list feature. The list includes: 

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Associate, Affliate Credit Unions Make the "Largest" List

Nov
25

The St. Louis Business Journal recently compiled a list of the largest credit unions in the St. Louis area, as ranked by deposits. It included First Community Credit Union, Anheuser-Busch Employees' Credit Union (and American Eagle Credit Union), Scott Credit Union, Vantage Credit Union, 1st MidAmerica Credit Union, Neighbors Credit Union, St.

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First Community Included in "Largest Mortgage Lenders" List

Nov
21

The St. Louis Business Journal recently published “Largest Mortgage Lenders,” a list ranked by volume of local home purchase loans and refinances.

First Community Credit Union was ranked as ninth, with nearly $355 million in originations last year.

“It’s great to see First Community recognized among mortgage lenders,” says Glenn D. Barks, president and CEO of First Community. “Home ownership is still the American dream and it’s great to make that happen for people and gain them as members at the same time.”

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