Two men who invaded the homes of credit union employees and kidnapped them and their families in attempts to rob branches are charged.
Gezim Selgjekaj is also ordered to pay $16 million in restitution.
NASCUS, Share One and credit unions across the nation make end-of-year personnel announcements.
Six tech firms announce core processing deals in a year-end wrap up.
Donna L. Jennings admits she stole from her $12M credit union to pay bills and buy real estate.
Donna L. Jennings admits to raiding teller drawers and making fake loans to pay credit card bills and buy real estate.
College-sponsored card programs fall by 65% over five years as large banks exit the market, a new study reveals.
The CFPB is tapped to provide regulatory clarity on an H.R. 22 provision, which aims to modernize privacy notice requirements.
A new survey reveals young consumers are postponing retirement saving in favor of reducing student loan debt.
Prosecutors allege Jacqueline Ray, who led the failed OCFCU for 30 years, created fake member accounts to commit loan fraud.