The question of whether or not the Federal Reserve went far enough or too far in capping debit card interchange in accord with the Durbin amendment went before a U.S. District Court Judge recently.
How to turn the good ship NCUA around is among questions pondered in this week's column from Sarah Snell Cooke, Credit Union Times' editor/publisher.
The email from a usually voluble credit union executive who had been asked to comment on the secrecy that surrounds compensation of top managers at federally chartered credit unions said, “Too touchy of a subject for me. Sorry.”
Credit union members are increasingly demanding more online interaction from their institutions. The request is forcing credit unions to adjust websites and self-service portals to accommodate members.
The unconference this year features range of speakers and topics and a Not for CEOs event hosted by Credit Union Times.
Credit union membership today is undoubtedly diversifying. While this is a welcomed evolution, it requires supporting a growing number of diverse member expectations.
FHFA seeking comment on possibility of allowing seizure, sale of residential mortgages.
Banks hoping Congress will extend the FDIC’s Transaction Guarantee Program are facing opposition from Tennessee senator.
“It has never been about the power or mission of the credit union,” CUNA chief pens panel leaders in reply to ABA testimony.
Members of the so-called “silent majority” of credit unions that oppose S. 2231, the bill that would increase the member business lending cap for credit unions, spoke out as banking lobbyists pressed the issue to lawmakers.