The NCUA issues prohibition orders to two former CU employees whose fraud schemes killed their cooperatives.
WASHINGTON—NCUA board debates new corporate standards, association FOM rules.
Payments processor TMG increases 2014 fraud savings for members by 40% over 2013.
The $1.8B Michigan credit union's long time volunteer, J.B. Hoyt, will also retire this year.
EMV conversion won't reduce fraud if retailers don't also require a PIN or signature verfication.
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Credit unions from three states--Delaware, Montana and Wyoming--are being sought as plaintiffs to join the nationwide class action lawsuit against Home Depot regarding the September 2014 data breach.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
The World Council of Credit Unions is working with a number of organizations to bring relief to Nepal, where a 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck Saturday and an aftershock hit Sunday, killing thousands and reducing buildings and infrastructure to rubble.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
It's a full slate for the National Credit Union Administration board meeting today, with consideration of two final rules and two proposed rules topping the agenda.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
Credit unions stand ready to advance economic improvements for their members, CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle told members of the U.S. House in a letter sent Wednesday.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
The National Credit Union Administration's proposed rule on fixed assets would appear to provide regulatory relief for credit unions, but CUNA says there is no way to be sure with the absence of supervisory guidance from the agency.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
Nothing the Federal Open Market Committee wrote in the policy statement it released at the conclusion of its two-day meeting Wednesday gave an indication it has plans to raise interest rates in June.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
Up-to-date information on cybersecurity and deterring cybercrime will be the topic of a just-announced webinar from the National Credit Union Administration, scheduled for May 20.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
Voting is under way to determine who will be
Credit Union Magazine's
2015 Credit Union Hero of the Year.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
Unrest over the death of Freddie Gray has rocked the city of Baltimore in recent days, but as the tensions begin to calm, credit unions--some of which had to close their doors earlier this week--are starting to assess what's next for the community they serve.2015-04-30T00:00:00-05:002015-04-30T09:20:35Z
Credit union attorneys give advice on how to avoid BYOD lawsuits.
Experian and Ponemon Institute partner to poll nearly 750 payment systems tech executives.
MasterCard deal worth $19M doesn't come close to covering actual breach losses, say bank and credit unions plaintiffs.
Regions Bank fails to opt in customers for courtesy pay program, charges $49M in illegal fees.
Although the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is not expected to take up consumer protection policy issues associated with overdraft programs until later this year, the bureau has taken action against a large Alabama-based bank for violating federal rules prohibiting charging overdraft fees to consumers who have not opted in to overdraft protection programs.2015-04-29T00:00:00-05:002015-04-29T09:14:23Z