Credit Union Times Magazine September 17, 2014

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  • Are You Ready for the Next Big Hack?

    As an IT professional working in a credit union, I’m constantly looking over my shoulder, so to speak, when it comes to the security of our computer network and the safety of our information assets.



  • Michigan First Creates Mortgage CUSO

    The $705 million Michigan First Credit Union said it purchased a mortgage originator to launch a mortgage CUSO.

  • CFPB Targets 0% Interest Card Promotions

    The CFPB has warned credit card companies to clearly disclose the terms of their low- or no-interest rate promotional offers.

  • Rosenthal Launches CDFI History Project

    Clifford Rosenthal, the former CEO of the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions, has started gathering information about the creation and early days of community development financial institutions.

  • Credit Union Liquidated Despite Healthy Financials

    According to its June 30 NCUA financial performance reports, the $5 million Louden Depot Community Credit Union was a thriving institution. However, the Fairfield, Iowa, credit union was liquidated by the NCUA Friday. It was the seventh federally insured credit union liquidated so far this year.

  • Student Loans Not Barrier to Home Ownership

    The average student loan debt loads are not enough by themselves to prevent graduates in almost the entire country from purchasing a home, according to RealtyTrac, a real estate data firm.


  • People

    Anthony Silvi was appointed SVP and chief lending officer for the $592 million Sb1 Federal Credit Union in Philadelphia. Previously, he served as the vice president of financial services at the $656 million Freedom Credit Union in Warminster, Pa. He also worked as SVP of lending at First Penn Bank...

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