by John Reosti
The head of the Independent Community Bankers of America fires a legal warning at NCUA and says relations between the two industries has never been more strained.
As shopping goes digital, so does fraud. The rise in technology at shoppers' fingertips provides many new channels for scammers to exploit, often leaving credit unions and banks holding the bag. more »
The National Credit Union Administration issued a comprehensive report Monday defending the agency's risk-based capital rule and urging lawmakers to make several legislative changes. more »
The Carolinas CU League joins Michigan, New York and Ohio in support of allowing CUs to choose whether to belong to both CUNA and their respective state associations as the fissure between the national trade group and its affiliated state and regional leagues widens.
Peer-to-peer lending (P2P) is growing by such leaps and bounds that credit unions would be wise to develop strategies to either deal with this emergent force in financial services or form partnerships with these online lenders that have sprouted like mushrooms across the landscape.
Republican presidential candidates finally dug into financial policy Tuesday night, underscoring key differences over concerns about too big to fail financial institutions and the possibility of future bailouts.
New pop-up application eliminates collections calls in early delinquency stages, offers multiple payment options and enhances member experience.
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All the Right Moves
This spot from American Eagle CU focuses on the credit union's user-friendly mobile banking experience, including "deposits as easy as a selfie."