The CUNA Task Force report cites credit union consolidation, asset and membership growth to support its recommendations.
ACI Worldwide reveals 54% of retailers are stalling payments-related investments due to security concerns.
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Despite the Task Force's recommendation to allow exclusive league membership, the CUNA board retains its current structure.
The league and CUs in the Golden State donate funds and expedite credit to those in need.
The $2.1 billion, Briarwood, N.Y.-based Melrose Credit Union is giving rave reviews of its experience with the Raleigh, N.C.-based Sageworks’ new Electronic Tax Return Reader, which the credit union said helps improve underwriting efficiency.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Mick Mulvaney reflects on Matz’s July “credit unions don’t represent their members” comment.
Scott Eagerton, President/CEO of the $42M Dixies FCU, testifies before Congress on regulatory burden.
WASHINGTON – Reps. Neugebauer and Sinema support replacing Cordray with an independent board of directors.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Sean Duffy attacks the CFPB and invites CU execs to share their concerns privately.
Four items are unanimously approved in the NCUA's open board meeting Thursday.
Credit unions across the country announce multiple consolidations throughout the summer months.
Investigation follows a civil lawsuit filed by Eugene Schill and NFL legend David Butz.
Up to 9,000 FIs will soon receive class action suit participation notices, attorney says.
The NCUA's vice chairman says a biennial budget with twice annual reviews and adjustments would improve transparency.
WASHINGTON – Sen. Sherrod Brown says efforts to gut or repeal the bill won’t be well-received.
WASHINGTON – Sen. David Vitter urges CUs and community banks to address regulatory concerns together.
Report details the software that will enable the issuing of standardized, mortgage backed securities in 2016.
LAS VEGAS - Edward DeMarco says the common securitization platform will begin some operations next year.
The free, all-day event takes place Oct. 6 and features top security and regulatory experts.