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Tuesday, November 25, 2014
President Obama's call to give more than 5 million undocumented immigrants protection from deportation could give credit unions the opportunity to provide vital financials services — and financial education — to a population that has been largely unbanked or underserved.
President Obama's executive action on immigration — a measure that, if enacted, would give an estimated 5.2 million undocumented immigrants some protection against deportation — could eventually provide U.S. credit unions with additional business from a largely ignored and under-served segment of the population.
NCUA issued updated information Tuesday about the costs of its Corporate Resolution Program and Guaranteed Notes Program, but the information that credit unions will likely be most interested in is that the agency continues to predict that no further assessments will be charged.  more »
MIDDLETOWN, R.I. — To make a more personal connection with members, The People's Credit Union offers a personalized debit/credit card program that has attracted hundreds of responses.  more »
 
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Bank Takes Startups Under Its Wing, Big Time, in Italy
CheBanca! goes further than most financial institutions to foster fintech entrepreneurs. It's not only sponsoring competitions for money and mentorship, but also working to give the young companies international exposure.  read more »
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House Hunters -- CU edition
This spot from IH Mississippi Valley CU shows just a few of the ways consumers hunt for a new home, while also subtly showing off ways to access the credit union via phone, tablet and laptop.
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