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The disagreement between financial institutions and regulators over changes in the exam process may not be resolved on Capitol Hill any time soon.
A lot of senior bank executives think cyber crime will never be controlled and even more say their customers would switch for better security.
Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank continues to gain visibility as an alternative to corporate credit unions, but senior bank executives also made plain that their approach to credit unions fundamentally differs from a corporate’s.
There's a first time for everything. Just last week, a credit union representative was called on to testify at a hearing regarding a bill for community banks-sort of. It wasn't terribly controversial, but it was a start.
Elliott Kashner of Callahan and Associates says messaging matters in the MBL melee.
Credit unions seem to be gaining new stature in the Federal Reserve system based on new overtures from at least one key district bank, CU officials reported.
The Federal Reserve System seems at last to be acknowledging credit unions as important economic players based on new inquiries about district data, according to NAFCU's top economist.
Despite rough economic times, half of the nation's largest financial institutions expect a budget increase of more than 15% in 2010 for online banking initiatives, according to a new report.