CUs traditionally have reserved big auto loan promotions for June, July and August, but historical car sales data suggests such a seasonal approach means CUs could be leaving money on the table.
Unhappy with the regulator's effort to pare back restrictions on CUs business loans, bankers have taken a page from the CU handbook, sending copious letters to NCUA about its proposed MBL rule. more »
ALEXANDRIA, Va. The ongoing dispute between state and federal regulators over NCUA's overhead transfer rate took yet another twist with the general counsel of NCUA writing a letter to the head of NASCUS that attempted to quash several of the trade group's arguments. more »
Two Florida men with connections to a $200,000-asset New Jersey credit union are being investigated by the FBI for running an unlicensed Bitcoin exchange for the purposes of money laundering.
Decrease results from reduction in operating fund by $2.9 million to $276.5 million, but the board also increased capital budget by $1.6 million.
No sooner does a CU have one social media site figured out than four new ones pop up. Experts predict which sites are waning and provide practical tips for leveraging these new tools.
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Conferences & Events
Sep 28 – 30, 2015 Las Vegas, NV
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
So You Think Your Credit Union Can Dance?
This is the second year Shreveport, La.-based ANECA FCU has participated in National Dance Day, a project created by the stars of Fox TV's "So You Think You Can Dance." Here's a look at the CU's efforts for 2015.