Credit Union Times Magazine March 1, 2017

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  • Cybersecurity Mandate

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York recently announced final regulations that require financial services institutions to establish and maintain strict cybersecurity standards and report them to the state's Department of Financial Services.


Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor

  • Readers Discuss CU News

    The New York State Department of Financial Services’ decision to place Melrose Credit Union into conservatorship sparked a healthy debate among CU Times readers. See what they had to say about that news and several other topics here.

Special Report


  • Three Key Objectives of a Modern Overdraft Service

    The process of managing a member's overdrawn share draft account has changed significantly over the past two decades. Much of this change has been fueled by technology advancements as well as best practices suggested by regulators.

  • Time is Ticking for Regulatory Reform

    NAFCU encourages credit unions to make their voices heard with lawmakers in their local congressional districts and in Washington.

  • We Are Stronger Together

    I am honored to take up the reins as CUNA chairman from Rod Staatz this week. Rod led the board, and Susan Streifel before him, through one of the most consequential periods in CUNA's history. With their leadership, we modernized our membership structure, re-examined our purpose, worked tirelessly to identify...



  • People

    The $640 million AltaOne Federal Credit Union in Ridgecrest, Calif., announced president/CEO Robert “Bob” Boland is retiring at the end of 2017 after 39 years with the credit union. Boland began as CEO in 1992 when AltaOne was $180 million in assets and had about 23,000 members. Today, the credit...

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