Credit Union Times Magazine October 11, 2017

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  • News Spurs Reader Chatter

    Fall 2017 kicked off with big news stories in the credit union industry, from the NCUA's raising of its Normal Operating Level to CUNA's Equifax lawsuit to Hurricane Maria's toll in Puerto Rico. Check out what readers had to say about the news on cutimes.com and Facebook here.

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Briefs

  • NCUA Bans Two Tellers

    The NCUA banned two tellers, one who helped plan two robberies of a Texas credit union and another who stole money from accounts of elderly members at a credit union in Virginia.

  • Bankers: NCUA Already Violating Law in FOM Expansions

    The NCUA is already using its new – and illegal – Field of Membership rules to greatly expand the reach of specific credit unions, the American Bankers Association said Oct. 3 in its lawsuit against the agency.

  • Shreveport FCU Liquidated

    The NCUA on Oct. 2 liquidated Shreveport Federal Credit Union in Louisiana.

  • Equifax Breach Outrage Revealed in Survey

    More than half of Americans polled have yet to check if they were hacking victims of the Equifax breach but believe the credit rating firm should lose its credit bureau status.

People

  • People

    The $1.4 billion LBS Financial Credit Union based in Long Beach, Calif., promoted one employee and hired another.

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