Announcement follows NACHA's same day ACH approval.
Amendment to NACHA operating rules ups the movement of funds between FIs to three times daily.
From currency issues to bureaucracy, credit unions looking to break into Cuba face hurdles.
Eight financial institutions, including Greater Texas FCU, adopt the app within 40 days.
A new bank funds transfer scheme uses a mixture of phishing, malware and phone calls.
New alliance promises to create a next-generation digital banking experience for credit unions.
Payveris partners with a transaction processing information firm to educate financial institutions about P2P.
Bureau also seeks input on how to highlight positive consumer experiences.
Former credit union manager Linda Sue Newcomb pleaded guilty Friday to embezzlement, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft charges in a $10 million loan fraud scheme that led to the May 2013 collapse of the $13.8 million Lynrocten Federal Credit Union in Lynchburg, Va.
Linda Sue Newcomb signs a plea agreement and faces seven to 12 years in federal prison.