Credit Union Times Magazine April 26, 2017

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  • The Fear of Lending

    Deregulation is now a word my teenage sons understand. They’ve heard it enough from the news and my mouth. What they don't understand is how a washing machine works. But that's another issue for another time.



  • ACH Volume Surpasses 25 Billion Payments

    Following four consecutive quarters surpassing five billion electronic payments each, overall ACH network volume in 2016 reached 25.6 billion transactions and $43.7 trillion transferred, according to NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association.

  • Credit Cards Drawn More Often for Petty Purchases

    Shoppers are using their credit cards more frequently on small purchases that they typically handled with cash in the past.

  • NCUA Conserves Shreveport FCU

    The NCUA placed the $106 million Shreveport Federal Credit Union into conservatorship April 13 to resolve its unspecified safety and soundness issues while the Louisiana cooperative remains open to serve its 22,235 members.

  • CFPB Sets Fair Lending Priorities

    The CFPB will focus its fair lending resources on small business lending, mortgage and student loan servicing, and redlining, the agency announced in its annual Fair Lending Report.


  • People

    The $1.2 billion Rogue Credit Union in Medford, Ore., promoted Lisa Dolmage to market vice president. In this position, Dolmage will lead the credit union's Grants Pass and Roseburg markets. She has 28 years of financial instruction experience, most recently managing Rogue's downtown Grants Pass branch.

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