RELATED ARTICLE: Recent disaffiliations
show some local concerns.
In admitting that some leagues might not participate, CUNA sounds like it's preparing for some potential league disaffiliations
After a series of recent mergers and disaffiliations
, the group now has 95 affiliates.
With few references made during the formal Assembly about the state disaffiliations
, a financial report from UAN Secretary-Treasurer, Jean Ross, RN, was given along with a newly revised budget reflecting the anticipated loss of revenue from the disaffiliated members.
Under the best circumstances, they will serve, along with the AFL-CIO, as an effective counterweight to extremely powerful business lobbies and organizations that shape much of Washington politics, but they will also continue to suffer defections, disaffiliations
, and financial crises.
covered by the letter rulings resulted from both carefully planned corporate action and inadvertent events.
The group assists with transactional business such as mergers, acquisitions, and disaffiliations
, and has deep experience in regulatory affairs and compliance matters at state and federal levels.
Fueling this argument are disaffiliations
by big natural person credit unions, most recently by the 144,000-member, $1.
His (Durkin's) assumption said such disaffiliations
with United Way have become a growing trend for local chapters since UWW shifted its philosophy in 2007 to focus on special areas of direct service provision.
PCUA ran into a series of disaffiliations
two years ago when it insisted on mandatory assessments, which followed the same experience as California, which also dropped the required dues rule.
9 million net impairment of working capital assets relating to service line conversions, disaffiliations
and potential disaffiliations
In recent years as the recession has worsened, state leagues have turned away from insisting on mandatory participation since the experience in Pennsylvania and California-Nevada, for example, triggered too many disaffiliations