Prolific, ceaseless attacks on financial institutions and Internet commerce of all kinds have experts in the credit union space
CUNA President/CEO Dan Mica, who has led the organization during several key political fights for the credit union movement and through difficult economic times
The $627 million American First Credit Union is suing to recover against at least two members who have defaulted on exotic car loans,
In general, credit unions appear to be foreclosing on a smaller percentage of their mortgage loans than other financial institutions and
With just two credit unions enrolled in its micro loan program, the SBA said it is doing all it can to boost the industry's numbers and
A challenge to PSCU Financial Services' claim for a new card security technology has brought another card security vendor to the attention of credit unions.
Computer security experts around the country are watching the first prosecution of Albert Gonzalez closely,
Both CMG Mortgage Insurance and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston
Members of the $53 million KV Federal Credit Union have begun mailing in their ballots that will determine the future of their institution.
Receiving no help from the Federal Reserve, CUNA and NAFCU are pinning their hopes
Concerned with a dramatic drop in employment in the air transportation industry,
CUcorp., the marketing subsidiary of the Michigan Credit Union League,
VIENNA, Va. - In light of the tumultuous state of the economy and the challenges to the credit union movement, Credit Union Times recently spoke to Navy Federal Credit Union President/CEO Cutler Dawson in his office.
Internationalization of financial system regulations is a trend that will include credit unions, said Dave Grace, World Council of Credit Unions vice president of association services.
Welcome to the darker side of social media where the conversations turn less friendly, more confrontational and in some cases can feel like a never-ending assault.
It's really hard to give a blanket protocol for monitoring yourself online.
After recently receiving questions about the rules on how volunteers are paid i
CUNA and NAFCU both praised a proposed NCUA rule allowing more flexibility to FCUs that participate in the Obama administration's program for rewriting and refinancing certain mortgages.
An effort by the $1.8 billion HarborOne Credit Union to serve underserved and immigrant communities
Rich Weissman, president/CEO of DMA Institute Think Tank,
In addition to our Twitter page, twitter.com/CookeonCUs, we've expanded our social media presence to now include Facebook.
The $194 million Mutual Savings Credit Union's original August 24 court date to challenge its conservatorship has been delayed.
From time to time there are occasions where credit unions pop up in my personal life. One of those occasions was just the other day.
No doubt about it. Fighting fraud is tough. But there is good news:
Credit unions know that along with providing online services comes growing concern for their members for
Credit unions are taking a step out of the dark ages and increasingly looking to adopt new technological services,
Four credit unions were named winners of the 2009 CUNA Technology Council's best practices awards
There is always something to be learned from adverse circumstances, and the Heartland data breach is certainly no exception.
In a time when cost cutting and efficiency are on the top of most credit unions' list, two credit unions
CUNA President/CEO Dan Mica brought CUNA a certain level of stature that the credit union community really hadn't seen before.
BOSTON -- Community First Credit Union President/CEO Cathie Tierney,
BOSTON -- Saying credit unions should crawl before they walk,
BOSTON -- Just trying to survive and hoping for the best aren't strategies for getting a bigger share of the mortgage market;
BOSTON - Working with Congress to ensure that regulatory restructuring preserves the dual chartering system and trying to find consensus on the issue of supplemental capital
BOSTON - Despite the rough patch that the credit union movement has faced, its future is bright if it makes some changes to its structure and seizes opportunities.
The economy in middle Tennessee is struggling with some tough times, and Ascend Federal Credit Union in Tullahoma is seeing more foreclosures than ever.