As the credit union-led mobile platform works hard to attract small-business support by drawing on the local ethos that the community has nurtured for years, it faces a formidable challenge from device makers such as Apple and Samsung as they bake their own wallets into the hardware.
Two years after a Texas community bank's legal challenge to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's constitutionality was dismissed by a federal court, the case is back from the dead.
Participants at the 2015 Legislative Summit of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) here will be besieged by credit union messaging from a variety of CU trade groups.
A Senate bill passed late Thursday provides additional funding but it also requires enhanced reporting on lending and credit quality from SBA. The measure is headed to the House.
LAS VEGAS The winning streaks continued in the second quarter for $572 million Clark County Credit Union and $667 million Silver State Schools CU, both of which reported profitable numbers this week.
WOODBURY, Minn. Pipefiters Steamfitters CU here has completed its conversion to Sharetec's core system, the two organizations announced Thursday.
by John Reosti
NCUA Chairman issues apology after telling House subcommittee that CUs raising questions about the size of her agency's budget are not representing the best interests of their members.
by Palash Ghosh
The Iowa Credit Union League has launched a new website that features "new and improved functionality" and resources for the trade association's member credit unions.
Just remember: it's nothing more than tech-enabled small talk after all.
by Kevin Wack
Bill would offer some protection to CUs and banks doing business with state-authorized marijuana merchants.
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.