Saturday, July 4, 2015
The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions has extended the deadline to apply for paid fellowship to study development lending.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Internet access is, for most, just part of the cost of doing business today. But that doesn't mean the cost has to include providing and maintaining Internet-enabled devices.
NCUA has scheduled two training events this summer, one on regulatory compliance and the other on federal contracting for minority and women business owners.
Peach State FCU here has merged with Richmond Community FCU, an $18 million-asset credit union based in Augusta, Ga., effective Wednesday.
Arizona Central CU has signed a deal with the NBA's Phoenix Suns and the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury.
The merger of Missouri Corporate CU and Kansas Corporate CU continues the trend of consolidation among corporate credit unions and leagues.
In the aftermath of passage of a sweeping law like Dodd-Frank, sharp divisions are relatively common. What’s unusual is the way the divide has persisted five years later, and in many ways has even hardened.
WASHINGTON — Federal regulators on Tuesday unveiled a much-anticipated tool meant to help institutions assess their own cybersecurity systems.
Jane G. Watkins, president and chief executive officer of Virginia Credit Union, a $2.7-billion institution based in North Chesterfield, Va., said she plans to retire on March 31, 2016, after serving 33 years in various capacities.
NCUA has banned four individuals from working for a federally insured financial institution.
The Federal Housing Administration's new loan defect "taxonomy" may give lenders better clarity on the quality assurance reviews of FHA loans, but it's not a shield from possible enforcement action by the Department of Justice and other regulators.
Alabama One CU file suit against the state regulator and other state officials alleging a conspiracy against the $613 million credit union.
A recent study by Cornerstone Advisors suggests CUs are overpaying for debit processing payments, but some CUSOs and other processors disagree.
Robbie Thompson is leaving CUAD to join the Professional Liability Underwriters Society.
Call it a not-so-fun fact: card issuers, including credit unions, have had to reissue more cards as a result of data breaches than there are people in the U.S.
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