Sure, credit unions don't keep track of extramarital affairs, but the recent Ashley Madison breach demonstrates that financial information isn't the only sensitive data out there that needs to be protected. more »
In recent public discussions about NCUA's Overhead Transfer Rate, some have questioned whether the agency has been sufficiently transparent about the methodology used to calculate the rate each year. This discussion could benefit from a look at the history of the OTR. more »
As technology becomes even more integral to nearly every aspect of running a credit union, more technology officers are finding themselves taking the reins as CEO. In this first of a series, CU Journal profiles FORUM CU CEO Doug True, who cut his teeth in IT.
Credit unions and banks alike are fighting back against a proposal by the Department of Education (ED) that would restrict how universities disburse federal student loan funds, arguing the agency has overstepped its statutory authority.
As the Small Business Administration's flagship 7(a) loan program breaks records, its other loan program stagnates. Advocates for so-called 504 loans hope a drive to permit CRE refinancing will inject new life.
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Conferences & Events
Sep 28 – 30, 2015 Las Vegas, NV
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The latest video from the National Credit Union Foundation offers a quick refresher on the seven cooperative principles and how they're an integral part of the work credit unions do every day.