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Survey finds 66% of mortgage originators saw improved business, but regulations remain an obstacle.
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Charles Robert Poore abruptly resigns after being questioned about his suspicious corporate card charges.
Seven credit unions choose new systems to streamline operations and support future growth.
Fourteen cooperatives will pay a total of $3,491 in fines for missing the second quarter deadline.
Fintech companies reveal the biggest signs of suspicious activity, including time of day and location.
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New report says peer-to-peer lending could help CUs attract young members, compete with alternative online lenders.
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Company promises to reduce fraud during the card onboarding process using ATM and PIN technology.
New rules could lead to inflated compliance costs and product/service eliminations.
Partnership project aims to consolidate back-office operations and non-state specific services.