The times are changing, and the UFirst Federal Credit Union Board is doing its part to adapt accordingly.
Although credit unions could be included in legislation to expand the scope of the Community Reinvestment Act,
CLAYTON, Mo. -- NCUA outlined its thinking for a new corporate credit union regulatory framework, while at the same time asking credit unions to keep their deposits in corporates.
As if credit unions don't have enough to worry about with the possibility of the creation of a new regulatory agency,
After a period of relative peace, it appears the board of the $1.23 billion Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union has again begun to feud.
Now that U.S. Central Federal Credit Union has released its 2008 audit, members can begin their own audit process and finally close the books on
The views of some California CEOs on a host of NCUA policies including mergers, prompt corrective action and risk management is generating some lively dialogue.
Marking its second major buy over the past few months, Intuit Inc. said it will purchase online personal finance provider Mint.com in a cash transaction worth approximately $170 million.
The NCUA-managed U.S. Central Federal Credit Union released its 2008 audit late in the afternoon on Sept. 11 as NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz
In a key victory for credit unions, the Internal Revenue Service let last week's deadline for appealing the verdict against
Nevada credit unions were girding for more bad news this fall as regulators began to clamp down on balance sheet calamities
Federal law enforcement authorities on both coasts struck blows against both ATM skimming and credit card identity theft last week
Tempe Schools Credit Union is sending its newest credit union employee to travel the country in hopes of spreading credit union awareness.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel recently completed 13 months as board chairman during a tumultuous time for the economy
Bill Cheney, president/CEO of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, received $545,178 in salary and benefits
Credit unions in Georgia continue to outpace banks with lower interest rates on loans and credit cards and fewer fees.
The dispute arising over an unusual court challenge of a politically charged conservatorship
A court has approved all of the motions requested after Texans CUSO Insurance Group LLC filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
All three NCUA Board members, several other regulators and key lawmakers on issues related to credit unions
Sooper Credit Union's newest select employee group is retail giant Sports Authority,
Nowadays it's rare when an employee spends his or her whole career at one company. For credit unions, it just another aspect of the industry that sets it apart from the rest.
Mountain America Credit Union, Salt Lake City, opened its newest branch in West Jordan and celebrated with a grand opening.
The Credit Union Executives Society has unveiled plans to provide credit union boards a one-stop online resource.
Given the economic turmoil and challenges of the past year, there's bound to be plenty to discuss at this year's 33rd annual
There are many great credit union boards in our movement today. However, a number of board directors have privately complained to me
Wright Patman Congressional Federal Credit Union announced the election of James Kaelin as chairman of its board.
It's September. Kids are back in school, Congress and NCUA are back in session, and the weather here can't make up its mind.
Is "courtesy pay" really a courtesy? As long as I have been in credit unions, conventional wisdom has said there are only two reasons to charge a fee:
As we gather for NAFCU's 2009 Congressional Caucus, it seems that many ghosts of legislative reforms past are coming back to haunt us.
"It is neither right nor responsible after you've recovered with the help of your government
NORTH - Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union, Geneva, N.Y.,
The New York credit union community is mourning the death of two longtime leaders-Alfred J. Mariani and Richard K. Moore.