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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.
USAlliance FCU of Rye, N.Y. assumes the insolvent, Bronx, N.Y.-based credit union’s assets.
Employees can play a key role in reducing the risk of violence in the workplace.
$1.1 trillion package includes the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act and additional NCUA reporting requirements.
Members reclaim Yuma, Ariz. credit union after five years thanks to operational improvements and strong earnings.
Retired Houston Police FCU VP Cheryl Vickers pleads not guilty to carrying out an 18-year check fraud scheme.
The owner of popular chains Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Chart House and Rainforest Café sees unauthorized card charges.
IAFCU founder Brewster Kahle explains how NCUA restrictions and the Bitcoin business played into his three-year-old CU’s demise.
Fraudsters call consumers claiming to be NCUA employees and ask for personal and financial information.
The state's Department of Financial Services outlines new requirements for financial institutions and insurers.
Final rule includes insurance coverage for RE escrow accounts, prepaid funeral accounts and escrow similar to lawyers' trust accounts.
Execs provide a behind the scenes look at a core conversion, which they say will help their credit union grow to $1B in assets.
Sam Whitfield, deputy chief advocacy officer for CUNA, accepts an executive position at the Consumer Bankers Association.
Attorneys for FIs suing the retailer over a 2014 breach tell their clients to hold off on accepting settlement offers.
Deal to purchase Heartland Payment Systems worth approximately $4.3 billion.
Trades react to the Fed’s long-awaited interest rate raise announcement, which takes effect Dec. 17.