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Sunday, November 23, 2014
ALEXANDRIA, Va.— NCUA announced the agency will issue its revised proposed rule on risk-based capital at its Jan. 15 board meeting.
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Credit unions remain highly popular with their members, again beating the commercial banking sector, according to a survey by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).
BUFFALO — Many credit unions here remain closed after a massive winter storm dumped several feet of snow on the city in a matter of days.
Biometric authentication seems all the rage now that Apple uses fingerprint ID in its mobile wallet, but the Bitcoin ATM provider RoboCoin has concluded that biometrics can be more of a hassle than a help.
WASHINGTON — Payment operators should prioritize consumer protection as bad actors access networks like the automated clearing house and the industry tries to increase transaction speeds, a key regulator said Thursday.
Is your digital communications investment simply a replacement for your traditional communications in branch, or is it meant to do more than just replace posters on walls?
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a proposal Thursday that would institute new foreclosure protections for consumers after the agency found its previous mortgage rules didn't go far enough.
The World Council of Credit Unions has launched a program aimed at helping CUs and Millennials better understand one another.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's new low down payment loans products may not represent such a risk to the Federal Housing Administration program as some have feared.
The NCUA Board approved a $279.5 million operating budget for 2015 Thursday in a 2-to-1 vote revealing a sharp split between Mark McWatters, the lone Republican and Democratic appointees Debbie Matz and Rick Metsger.
Car loan delinquencies have risen significantly from the same time last year, a new report by Experian Automotive, an Irish market intelligence firm with U.S. headquarters in Costa Mesa, Calif.
WASHINGTON — CUNA is urging NCUA to expand the technology used during credit union examinations as part of a push to streamline the process and save money.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency has stirred up by a hornet's nest by proposing to tighten membership rules for the Federal Home Loan Banks.
The top Republican and Democratic spots on the House Financial Services Committee will remain unchanged in the new Congress.
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