Credit Union Times Magazine February 22, 2017

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  • Refinance Retreat

    Credit unions did significantly better than most lenders in 2016 as the refinance boom continued and the housing market remained strong.


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  • Hacks for Your Best GAC Ever

    If you’re headed to CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference at the end of the month, you’re probably looking forward to catching up with old credit union friends, learning about the industry's latest innovations and convincing your state's lawmakers to put credit unions’ interests first (for tips on that, check out CU...



  • Mortgage Delinquencies Rise After Historic Low

    Homeowners fell at least 60 days behind in their payments at a higher rate in the fourth quarter from a historic low, while those in foreclosure continued to dwindle, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported.

  • Municipal Credit Union Opens Doors to St. John's Students

    Municipal Credit Union has expanded its membership field to include more than 20,000 students at St. John's University in New York.

  • Cruz: Abolish the CFPB

    While many Republicans are struggling with their proposals to decrease the CFPB's powers, two lawmakers have a simple solution – abolish the agency.

  • Cybersecurity Creates Consumer Confusion

    U.S. adults think retailers and credit payment companies should hold most of the responsibility for protecting their data used in online purchases but don't expect companies to give in to ransomware demands.


  • People

    The $4.7 billion Ent Credit Union in Colorado Springs, Colo., promoted Brian McQuinn to staff attorney. He will oversee Ent's trademark, patent and intellectual property in addition to supporting the organization's vendor management program through contract reviews, compliance and legal research, and serving as a liaison with Ent's external legal...

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