Community banks but not credit unions win specific mention in regulatory relief bills, but they still would help.
CUNA and the Chip Filson-led Co-Ops for Change may be singing off different song sheets, but the chorus is the same: The corporate assessment era should end.
A U.S. District Court judge gutted the Federal Reserve’s debit card regulatory regime July 31, ruling the Fed rule disobeyed the law and ordering the regulator to rewrite it.
President/CEO Pete Pritts announced some major changes at the $2.2 billion Corporate America Credit Union in a July 18 letter to members obtained by Credit Union Times. Since taking the helm of the Irondale, Ala.-based corporate in November 2012, Pritts has put together an almost entirely new senior and middle...
Credit union trade groups are in agreement when it comes to the NCUA’s derivatives proposal. Unfortunately, the responses aren’t pretty.
Helping Hands teams up with credit unions.
As far as Sean McDonald, president of consulting firm Your Full Potential, is concerned, there is no such thing as trying. He lives by Yoda’s words, “Do or do not.”
Kevin Dawson and Jason Smith, founders of MoveCU.com, a credit union ranking website that debuted at the 2013 Conference of the Marketing Association of Credit Unions in Las Vegas, possess a natural-born affinity with Gen Y and a passion for promoting the benefits of credit unions.
Watching a video on YouTube in 2011, Bill Arnold, Service Credit Union's chief information officer, was shocked to see one of the credit union’s branches had caught on fire and gone up in flames in the middle of the night.
If the latest data is any indication, members are still sticking with their credit unions when it comes to building their savings nest eggs.
Altura Credit Union, Riverside, Calif., announced that its scholarship foundation is awarding $38,000 in college scholarships this year to seniors graduating from Riverside County high schools. Of the 38 scholarships for $1,000, 35 are directly from the Altura Scholarship Foundation. Five of those specifically recognize students in AVID programs. And...
Heather Anderson took up the mantle of executive editor this week. With her keen intellect, wit and Midwestern work ethic, I know she’s going to do an excellent job of heading up the day-to-day editorial efforts at Credit Union Times. Her credit union background is invaluable to helping us further...
Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Anchorage, Alaska, announced promotions to its executive management team. Geoff Lundfelt has been promoted to chief operations officer. Lundfelt has held a variety of increasingly responsible positions during his 15 years with Alaska USA, most recently serving as executive director of retail financial services. Lundfelt...
Nationally, credit unions have become a much more active participant in the first mortgage business and increased their market share of closed first-mortgage loans from the traditionally insignificant 2% to an attention grabbing 8% in the second half of last year. Interest rates have remained at historic lows the past...
Heather Anderson has been promoted to executive editor of Credit Union Times, effective Aug. 5.
An Occupy activist effort to start a credit union in San Francisco has stalled while seeking capital, according to an organizer.
After nine years of perfect attendance, Mary Rupp has retired as board secretary for the NCUA, the agency said Friday.
Prominent congressmen and agency leaders have been added to the speakers list for this year’s Congressional Caucus, NAFCU said Monday.
The clock is ticking for the filing of arguments in the appeal of the NCUA vs. Barclays Capital, a case that had been thrown out by U.S. District Judge John W. Lungstrum in Kansas.
BECU Trust Co., a subsidiary of the $11.5 billion Boeing Employees Credit Union in Tukwila, Wash., has merged into the MEMBERS Trust Co. in Tampa, Fla.
Neal S. Takase will be the new president/CEO of the $342 Pearl Harbor Federal Credit Union in Waipio, Hawaii, succeeding PHFCU President/CEO Eugene Chang who will retire Aug. 21 after 33 years of service with the credit union.
There’s no question that the nation’s health care system is in a state of change and unrest – and it looks like a good number of health insurance brokers are sick and tired of it.
Credit unions do many things right. We care about our members, treat them fairly and offer them products and services at competitive rates. But is your credit union consistently looking at ways to make the banking experience easier and more convenient for members or are you falling behind the...
The new Javelin study is blunt: consumers crave online and mobile account opening but financial institutions are stumbling and uncertain in their embrace of this trend.
Many credit union members around the country have been enjoying the ease of mobile banking for the past year or so, but until recently, some entrepreneurs still had to schlep to the branch to make a deposit.