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Company rolls out new software providing TILA-RESPA support, plans to work more closely with Fannie.
House Financial Services subcommittee hearing featuring NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz will begin at 2 p.m.
WASHINGTON – Politicians criticize Dodd-Frank on social media; NAFCU affirms it led to the collapse of 1,250 credit unions.
The fifth anniversary of Dodd-Frank brings new rules to protect troops from predatory lenders.
Robert Martin says a new PCI encryption standard will be easier on retailers and offer more protection.
New, interactive programs help organizations streamline employee training efforts to fight fraud.
Cooperatives in Nevada, Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan and Alaska have announced new leaders.
CVS, Rite Aid, Sam’s Club and Costco suspend online photo services due to a possible credit card breach.
Leonard E. Parker Jr. allegedly stole $138,798 from Navy Federal accounts belonging to fellow Marines.
The lending CUSO's new auto buying concierge program helps CUs stay competitive in the marketplace.
Personal financial management vendor partners with a mobile-only, fee-free bank.
Trades write to Congress urging credit unions’ exemption from CFPB rules; Rep. Roger Williams responds with H.R. 3048.
South Bend, Ind.-based Teachers CU assumes the now-closed cooperative’s members and loan portfolio.
Santa Cruz County won't do business for five years with five large banks that pled guilty to conspiracy charges.
Samsung Pay allows smartphones to communicate with magnetic stripe readers and NFC technology.
CUNA, NAFCU and the ICBA oppose a bill provision that would require new mortgage reporting to the IRS.
In both her professional and personal life, Alissa Sykes has always focused her internal lens on improving efficiency. As vice president of lending at Sunmark Federal Credit Union in Latham, N.Y., Sykes’ responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of lending, including mortgages, home equity loans, consumer and business loans, loan servicing...
The U.S. housing market may begin to shift away from rental growth and toward home ownership, according to one executive at a leading online housing data and real estate firm.
Credit unions across the country recently announced core system conversions and renewals, four of which have signed on with the Monett, Mo.-based Symitar.
Rule would eliminate the 5% limit on fixed asset investments for federal credit unions.