Sunday, November 23, 2014
Buffalo CUs Waiting It Out During Historic Snow Storm
BUFFALO — Many credit unions here remain closed after a massive winter storm dumped several feet of snow on the city in a matter of days.
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The World Council of Credit Unions has launched a program aimed at helping CUs and Millennials better understand one another. more »
The NCUA Board approved a $279.5 million operating budget for 2015 Thursday in a 2-to-1 vote revealing a sharp split between Mark McWatters, the lone Republican and Democratic appointees Debbie Matz and Rick Metsger. more »
WASHINGTON — CUNA is urging NCUA to expand the technology used during credit union examinations as part of a push to streamline the process and save money. more »
The top Republican and Democratic spots on the House Financial Services Committee will remain unchanged in the new Congress. more »
ARLINGTON, Va. — A number of credit union and bank executives have been ignoring the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cyber Security, waiting for the federal government to issue more definitive guidance. more »
WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren's new spot on the Democratic leadership team has supporters cheering, but it remains to be seen how the role will impact her work on financial services issues. more »
If USPS does enter the financial services marketplace, could it change the relationship between postal credit unions and their original sponsor group? more »
The U.S. Postal Service Inspector General said his proposal to provide postal banking services is a way for credit unions and banks to maintain a physical presence in communities where branches no longer make economic sense. more »
LOS ANGELES and NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Two collegiate credit unions are putting a football rivalry to good use. more »
WASHINGTON — Credit unions are lobbying for several key pieces of legislation in the lame-duck session, but it could be a case of too little time and too much inertia. more »
WASHINGTON — Boulder, Col.-based Elevations CU here has been named one of four recipients of the 2014 Baldridge Award from the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). more »
ST. LOUIS — A man wearing a ski mask used a sledgehammer to break into a South City credit union early Tuesday morning, according to police. more »
WASHINGTON — The National Credit Union Administration on Monday joined a growing queue of angry investors suing Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. more »
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