Financial institutions, including credit unions, take heed: the financial services providers are subject to cybersecurity incidents 300% more frequently than all other industries, according to a recent report, highlighting the importance of locking down all aspects of security.
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YAKIMA, Wash. Learn why more credit unions are turning to Bring Your Own Device networks, and one CU's experience with the approach. more »
Marketplace lending represents a new subset of competitors for credit unions. As investment dollars flood into the alternative lending sector, fueling the rapid growth of early entrants such as Lending Club, lots of smaller online loan platforms are also popping up. Many of these new firms are specializing in narrow lending niches, touting their expertise in underwriting particular forms of credit. Heres a rundown of some of these specialties.
A recent study by Cornerstone Advisors suggests CUs are overpaying for debit processing payments, but some CUSOs and other processors disagree.
Call it a not-so-fun fact: card issuers, including credit unions, have had to reissue more cards as a result of data breaches than there are people in the U.S.
In a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry nationwide. In the wake of this historic ruling that caps the biggest civil rights transformation in a half-century, Credit Union Journal looks back at a report about how CUs can grow their businesses by pitching wedding-related products to same-sex couples.
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This video focusing on car-buying tips is one of three similar spots from the Young Adult Advisory Panel at CU West in Glendale, Arizona. More YAAP videos can be seen at youtube.com/creditunionwest