WASHINGTON (3/5/14, UPDATED 11:18 a.m. ET)--CUNA today made sure that every lawmaker on Capitol Hill got this message: America's credit unions spend millions of dollars--without skipping a beat--to protect consumers from merchant data breaches by re-issuing cards, monitoring accounts and reimbursing customers for fraud.2014-03-05T00:00:00-06:002014-03-06T06:06:56Z
An auto buying program, a private member sale and a holiday-themed rate special are among the ideas shared.
Police officer falsely accused of stealing from another members' account; lost funds the result of a clerical error.
The number of credit unions offering investment programs increases, while the number of banks doing the same decreases.
Defendant Sato Satka bribed former President/CEO Anthony Raguz with $90,000 cash in a brown paper bag.
Dupaco Community Credit Union's individual development account helps a woman rebuild her life.
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Despite warnings and threats of fines next quarter, hundreds credit unions still filed their December 2013 call reports late.
President Obama Tuesday unveiled his budget blueprint for FY 2015, which included proposed funding levels for certain credit union programs--along with about $3.9 trillion in other spending priorities.2014-03-05T00:00:00-06:002014-03-05T10:57:29Z
The Senate Banking Committee has rescheduled its hearing on National Credit Union Administration nominee Mark McWatters, and others, for March 13.2014-03-05T00:00:00-06:002014-03-05T10:57:29Z
The Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act (H.R. 3370) passed the House last night by a 306-91 vote.2014-03-05T00:00:00-06:002014-03-05T10:57:29Z
The National Credit Union Administration has released a pair of letters to inform credit unions that are interested in using derivatives to reduce interest rate risk.2014-03-05T00:00:00-06:002014-03-05T10:57:29Z
Credit scores carry a lot of weight with lenders when they're considering the credit risk of potential borrowers. A shaky FICO score can negatively impact loan fees, in turn making borrowing burdensome for consumers. With this in mind, credit unions are offering myriad ways to help their members build up or rectify those all-important scores, a recent article in
The Financial Accounting Standards Board is seeking comment on a proposed chapter of FASB's conceptual framework that is intended to improve its evaluation of existing and future disclosure requirements in notes to financial statements.2014-03-05T00:00:00-06:002014-03-05T10:57:29Z
In the National Credit Union Administration's newest "Economic Update" video the agency's chief economist, John Worth, reviews recent economic developments and what they may mean for credit unions.2014-03-05T00:00:00-06:002014-03-05T10:57:29Z
Two credit unions are in the final stages of acquiring bank operations. Both are increasing the range of financial services available to area residents.2014-03-05T00:00:00-06:002014-03-05T10:57:29Z
Read comment letters that speak out against the NCUA's proposed ban on home-based credit unions.
Community banks also offer far more free checking options than big banks. Economist blames interchange cap on large institutions.
If credit unions can make P2P free, in real time and through mobile channels, it could explode as a payment tool and replace checks and cash.
$5.4B credit union will target Long Island healthcare companies, professional service firms, wholesalers and distributors, and not-for-profits.