Thursday, April 24, 2014
WASHINGTON — In a move that will surprise no one, Sen. Elizabeth Warren pulls no punches calling out bankers and Washington insiders in her just-released memoir.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The rise of social media has given credit unions a new way to hire employees at all levels, using sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to publicize job openings as well as screen potential candidates.
Credit unions, banks, mortgage lenders and real estate brokerage firms are expected to win some relief soon from a provision of the qualified mortgage rule that restricts fees paid to affiliates.
MADISON, Wis. — Fourteen credit unions are testing a new auto-lending product aimed at serving the underserved.
BALTIMORE — Securityplus FCU said it is now certified as a Community Development Financial Institution by the U.S. Treasury, making it one of just 177 CDFI-certified credit unions in the nation.
Do credit bureaus need to be held to higher levels of accountability for the massive amounts of consumer data they hold?
ARLINGTON, Va. — With NCUA expected to impose a final rule on stress testing at Thursday's board meeting, NAFCU, once again, is telling the agency its proposal should be reconsidered.
LAKEWOOD, Colo. — CU Service Network, here, has teamed up with fellow CUSO CUProdigy to offer a core software platform, following CUProdigy's rewrite of its core product.
SAN DIEGO — A thief used his cell phone to rob a credit union here late last week.
DALEVILLE, Ala. — Army Aviation Center FCU announced Monday that Robert (Bobby) Michael has been named the $1.1 billion credit union's new president and chief executive officer.
WASHINGTON — Congress is still out for recess, but the credit union lobby is gearing up for two important hearings in the Senate when members return next week.
It takes the "wow factor" to dislodge members from checking accounts they hold at FIs outside the credit union, says Dennis Dollar.
Yes, April is Financial Literacy Month. But helping members to achieve financial well-being? That's 24/7/365 the mission of credit unions, not just the flavor of the month.
TAMPA, Fla.—While enhancing technology is ever-important to the lifeblood of a credit union, ensuring systems and processes are streamlined is also critical to success. Grow Financial Credit Union's assistant vice president of network services James Stock provides an inside view of operations.
CHICAGO—For many credit unions, partnering with a third-party vendor to tailor a suite of services is a dream scenario. Alliant Credit Union got to live the dream when it teamed up with Hyland Software tweaking its OnBase enterprise content management solution.
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