A recent survey conducted by Moebs Services showed that 1,800 banks and credit unions have made changes to their overdraft strategy since Regulation E was made a requirement in November 2009 by the Federal Reserve.
When thinking about college, education and financial aid over the past 20 years the first word that comes to mind is expensive.
Twenty years ago Marla Shepard was interviewed by Credit Union Times for an article (CU Times, May 7, 1990) on the challenges and struggles of female CEOs in the credit union industry.
In the spirit of "getting real with Gen Y," I decided to put a little twist on the Gen Y Back Talk column. Instead of using this space to vent some of my rants and raves, I polled some of my Gen Y peers.
The Credit Union Association of New York and CUSO CU Student Choice announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership.
The recent auto recalls by Toyota Motors has led Aspire Federal Credit Union in Clark, N.J., to reach out to members with a unique offer.
To aid in its search for a new president/CEO, Kinecta Federal Credit Union has enlisted the help of executive recruiting firm Korn/Ferry International.
The debate over overdraft programs offered by financial institutions has mainly revolved around the issue of price, but volume is another, more important, factor involved that often gets overlooked.
Standard & Poor's Rating Services announced that it has lowered the corporate credit rating on Fiserv Inc. to BBB- from BBB.
Private student lending CUSO CU Student Choice has partnered with college planning and funding software provider Collegiate Funding Solutions to launch a collaborative promotional effort.