Advocacy a necessary constant for credit union trade associations.
Samuel J. Cusumano Jr. of Florida admits to operating an international credit union to rip off investors.
Study finds mobile banking is happening more often while commuting, in client meetings and on dates.
The NCUA now automatically approves 12 kinds of associations for federal credit unions.
New technologies aim to fight fraud; PCI SSC unveils a new encryption standard.
GAO agrees with the NCUA's position that cybersecurity requires additional regulatory muscle.
Financial institutions should develop programs based on the new guidelines, Continuity says.
In a letter, CUNA asks the CFPB to push back the deadline to Jan. 1, 2016.
As of June 30, 400 breaches are reported and more than 117 million records are confirmed at risk.
Kansas Corporate is the surviving institution, but will announce a new name soon.
Voluntary program helps Maryland students learn about U.S. history and patriotism.
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Southeastern and California/Nevada league presidents draft letters to Congress in support of the bill.
This week's people news includes a new hire at CUNA, a credit union CEO retirement and several service awards.
Credit unions are seeing an uptick in credit card usage this year, executives say.
John Dee Carruth says the credit union's exceeding of the MBL cap is a result of varying opinions from regulators.
Study reveals 8.9% year-over-year growth in currency in circulation from 2009-2013.
New software imports information directly from credit unions’ general ledgers.
For Independence Day, credit unions plan to sponsor fireworks shows and host all-American events.
Affected institutions are encouraged to participate in public comment on the assessment tool.