Monday, January 26, 2015
MINNEAPOLIS — Navy Federal's Visa Buxx app has been selected as the winner of a 2015 Paybefore Award in the "Judge's Choice" category.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA announced that Peggy Sherry has been named as the agency's deputy chief financial officer, effective today.
The Federal Reserve System released a detailed vision Monday for improving the speed of the U.S. payment system.
DEPTFORD, N.J. — Benjamin Griffith, who has been president and CEO of South Jersey Federal Credit Union for 40 years, will retire in April.
Albuquerque, N.M. — New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union on Friday paid more than $7 million to its qualifying member-owners.
Since the economic near-collapse of 2007-2008 that triggered a bloodbath of lost jobs, foreclosures and business failures, credit unions have increasingly entered the field of financial counseling to help members better manage their money — and help stave off delinquencies and charge-offs in the process.
While NCUA's revised RBC rule is an improvement on the original proposal, NAFCU says it's still unnecessary.
Forget the machines. Even forget the software. Diebold's business plan for the future — as touted in a video the company screened at 50 movie houses around the world — centers on its collaboration with banks and others on innovation.
The new year represents a chance for credit unions to take a close look at their branch networks and identify areas to cut costs as well as look for opportunities for growth.
WASHINGTON — While many banks are concerned about risk returning to the credit card marketplace, their credit union counterparts do not share those fears.
OSHKOSH, Wis. — If three's a crowd, what's four? Even better, at CitizensFirst CU.
Immediately after NCUA unveiled its eagerly awaited revised risk-based capital proposed rule, some credit union executives took to Credit Union Journal's website to sound off on it.
Late last year, NCUA Board Vice Chairman Rick Metsger told attendees of the National Directors Roundtable Conference in San Diego that credit union board members are the first line of defense against internal fraud
Are mergers a good thing or a bad thing? Like beauty, it's very much in the eye of the beholder. On the cover of this issue, Credit Union Journal explores this very issue.
MADISON, Wis. — An aging credit union membership and the accompanying need to attract younger members is a message oft-heard by CUs in the United States, but the World Council of Credit Unions wants to solve the issue globally.
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