May 30, 2018
When you joined our Credit Union with your initial deposit you became one of the most important people in the Credit Union industry, a member-owner. This deposit is your share in our Credit Union. This is one of the most unique and exciting parts of being a Credit Union member, one you shouldn’t take lightly.
When most banks hold their annual meetings, the room is filled with shareholders who bought their stock in the corporation, sometimes for large sums of money. These impersonal meetings are often filled with anonymous faces from around the country or even the world. At our Credit Union you’ll be surrounded by people like yourself, who have invested in the U. S. Postal Service Federal Credit Union.
What really happens at the annual meeting and why should you go?
This is what you can expect:
- Information on the credit union industry as a whole – You will hear updates about regulations in the industry and other relevant financial industry news.
- A status report on our fiscal year – Management officers will report on our financial successes and challenges from the past year and discuss our plans and goals for the upcoming year.
- Board of Directors Elections – Credit Union Board of Directors members serve 3 year terms. If there are any openings on our board, you can vote during the annual meeting.
- Open Discussion – Annual meetings also provide the opportunity for you to meet with credit union staff, managers, and board members. You can have the opportunity share your comments, concerns, and suggestions with us.