Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Compliance Burden Bearing Down Like A Freight Train
With the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's ability to repay/qualified mortgage rule's deadline passing in January, will we see the light at the end of the compliance tunnel or another oncoming regulation freight train?
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The competitive implications of prohibiting credit unions from raising supplemental capital are now too serious to ignore and warrant broad discussion. more »
It appears there is more interest than we might have thought in who will be named as CUNA's new CEO. more »
With the average age of credit union members currently at 47, capturing a younger demographic has been a topic of interest within the credit union community for some time now. more »
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued version 1.0 of its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. more »
Is "backward" the new "forward?" In at least one critical regard for credit unions, the answer is yes. more »
While it looks like credit unions will dodge the taxation bullet again this year, bankers won't stop attacking their not-for-profit status. It's a fight that still has a long way to go. more »
A credit union is like a bank, except where a bank is owned by its shareholders, a credit union is owned by its members, in other words it's owned by you. more »
Numerous credit unions have committed to a culture of growth that supports top-line growth and stellar performance. more »
Technology invites the explorers, the risk takers, to get "ahead of the curve." In a word, technology invites the young. more »
During the last five and a half years I have had the opportunity to see the good works that credit union people are capable of doing outside of their offices more »
The Internet is the mother of "disruptive technologies," so woven into our everyday existence that it only seems to make sense that a company that specializes in talking to people via the telephone should have been disrupted right into shutting its doors. more »
In the first quarter of 2014 the outlook for auto lending is bright, especially coming off a strong 2013 when 15.5 million new light vehicles were sold in the U.S. more »
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