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Company will insure various types of mortgages on an individual, bulk, or pool basis.
Three years after conservatorship, the $1.4B cooperative posts $21.7M year-end net income for 2014.
Bulk of feedback on proposal requiring member FIs to maintain 10% of their assets in residential mortgages is negative.
Dennis Fisher of the $7M First Security CU says CUNA, leagues and regulators may have regrets in taxation fight.
RealtyTrac predicts a “boomerang wave” as seven-year credit repair period comes to an end.
Jeffrey Serafin admits to role involving former Wilkes-Barre City Employees FCU manager, police officers and a contractor.
Wendy Wall of the defunct Pepsi Cola FCU pleads guilty to embezzling funds for more than a decade.
The $18B Virginia-based credit union’s plans include mergers and business alliances with other credit unions in Nebraska.
Times have changed for the $195M O Bee Credit Union of Olympia, Wash., originally chartered to serve brewery employees.
Session comes as modifications are set to go into effect Aug. 1.
Many credit unions throughout the Northeast closed early Monday and are expected to remain closed today.
Many throughout the Northeast closed early Monday and most are expected to close branches Tuesday ahead of historic storm.
Former Mississippi State Senator Tommy Robertson stands accused of stealing nearly half a million dollars from a $195M credit union.
Pew Research survey finds women held to higher standards than men when competing for leadership roles.
Firm reports income from fees credit card issuers charge for late payments, going over credit limits, is lowest since 2009.
Peggy Sherry’s career experience includes senior positions at the IRS and the Department of Homeland Security.
The Kansas Credit Union Association is launching a new leadership program in February to prepare up-and-coming credit union professionals for senior executive positions.
As Dan Emery and Myles Chung pulled into Augusta, Maine, after being on the road for 331 days, they crossed the American Community Project on the road off their bucket lists.
While Michele Walczak has always had a special place in her heart for credit unions, she never considered working at one, until a light bulb went off after years in commercial banking.
Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase receive order to pay $35.7M in penalties for “illegal mortgage kickbacks.”