The House Financial Services Committee Chairman urges NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz to delay approving the RBC rule.
Credit unions are exploring ways to leverage the burgeoning Internet of Things marketplace.
New endorsement covers credit unions financing cars for Uber and Lyft driver members.
The Mortgage Bankers Association reports new home sales rose by 29% in one year.
Numerous cooperatives, vendors and CUSOs announce early October staff changes and awards.
The association credits the results to a healthy job market and low interest rates.
Survey reveals only 30% of consumers comparison-shop for auto and mortgage loans.
Former NCUA Chairman Dennis Dollar affirms the proposed rules will accelerate compliance frustrations.
WOCCU and CUNA lead a delegation to the former Communist country.
The trade association releases its gross membership gains so far this year and says it has 5,245 total members.
What's the best way to develop and improve a skill? Through repetition, feedback and more repetition.
Some workers believe there's a stigma associated with participating, survey reveals.
Sako Satka gets two years for his role in the massive fraud scheme involving the liquidated credit union.
Randy Gard Teall pleads guilty to approving $83,000 in loans in which he held financial interests.
Center for Retirement Research reports some retirees will face higher Medicare Part B premiums.
The trade association, which expanded its FOM in June, reveals 2015's gains.
The lending CUSO reports sales will hit a record 17.4 million in 2015 but just 17.6 million in 2016.
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A final RBC2 rule makes the Oct. 15 board meeting agenda. Matz also addresses congressional concerns.
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