Settlement resolves claims resulting from mortgage-backed securities bought by now-defunct corporates.
One decade ago, Integris FCU CEO Michael Davenport helped save five-year-old Hannah from flooding waters.
Employee wellness results in ROI for Golden West CU, Maps CU, Allegacy FCU and Security Service CU.
LSCU board votes unanimously to allow Florida and Alabama credit unions to join without paying CUNA dues.
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Credit unions are invited to NCUA headquarters to discuss the budget, exams, regs and other issues.
Credit unions will be required to report HELOC data and more information about loan structure, underwriting and pricing.
The alleged former heads of the tiny credit union are accused of operating an illegal bitcoin scheme.
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PORTLAND, Ore. – Credit unions looking to serve legal pot businesses have work to do in the risk management area.
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PORTLAND, Ore. – Now that recreational marijuana use is legal in four states, interest in serving the industry is growing among credit unions. However, they have many questions about how the process would work – and wonder if it's worth the risk.
PORTLAND, Ore. – CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle told an audience of credit union executives at the Northwest Credit Union Association's Amplify Convention Oct. 6 that neither he nor CUNA can effectively advocate for the credit union industry alone, and urged Northwest credit union professionals to ramp up their own efforts.
The Louisiana cooperative’s president/CEO announces plans to depart after 29 years of service.
Board members take strong positions on the rule; trades express their disappointment with its approval.
Cambridge researchers say Android device makers aren’t releasing critical software updates.
CEO reveals criminals likely stole member info to make around $200,000 in fraudulent purchases.
Review changes to RBC2 approved in the final rule.