The Community Financial Association of America has released a statement supporting the regulation of firms which would tap into social security recipients accounts to repay payday type loans.
A bank employee who pleaded guilty in July 2009 in a case involving $4 million in stolen certificates of deposit from four credit unions and other financial institutions is scheduled to be sentenced this month.
Charlene M. Pickhinke, a former MetaBank employee, who pled guilty in July 2009 in a case involving $4 million in stolen CD deposits from credit unions and others, is scheduled to be sentenced this month.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was one of the dignitaries who helped open the new ERDA Federal Credit Union in the Queens section of New York.
Credit unions mulling how to better attract younger members might take note of the $275 million Neighborhood Credit Union's most recent SEG addition.
Calling it a "multilevel Ponzi hydra" that promised sky-high returns in the crude oil bond market, the Michigan Office of Finance and Insurance Regulation said it has stopped a Ponzi scheme