New Mexico's Data Breach Notification Act could be a game-changer for credit unions fighting against cyber attacks.
Two New Mexico credit unions announce plans to merge, which creates the largest merger proposal of 2016.
The $20.1B cooperative plans to merge New Mexico's High Plains FCU.
I appreciated the Editor’s Column on small credit unions [July 20 issue]. Fact is, small credit unions shouldn’t be saved just because they are small. On the other hand, the sense of cooperation and fair play is nearly gone from the language of larger credit unions.
Loan waivers and Payday bars just part of the effort.
Credit union-backed candidates didn’t win them all in Tuesday’s state primaries, but the industry did score some major wins in California and New Mexico.
The 21,000-member Rio Grande Credit Union in Albuquerque, N.M., has won an award for the creative way it introduced shared branching.
Reloadable card can be used to teach the basics of personal finance, available through Credit Union Association of New Mexico.