September’s Department of Labor figures show optimism but expert warns of factors that could trigger a slowdown.
At the recent hearing of the U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Financial Institutions Subcommittee on credit union regulatory burdens, a credit union trade association proposed that the size of the NCUA Board increase from three members to five members.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs are among baseball’s most storied rivals. Now the newspapers in their cities are facing off on a key issue: debit interchange.
Congress won’t undertake a massive overhaul of the regulatory system during the next two years, but there will no shortage of action on lower profile issues that impact credit unions.
Chicago History Museum
When attendees at NAFCU's annual conference spend Friday afternoon watching the Cardinals-Cubs game, they will see a part of history in the making. The teams compete for loyalty among fans and rich histories that are rife with symbolism.
Hall of Fame football player and coach Mike Ditka and award-winning journalist Bill Kurtis are among the speakers at NAFCU's 43rd Annual Conference & Exhibition this July in Chicago.
After a 12-year wait-not quite the 102 years that Chicago Cubs fans have endured but a frustrating time nonetheless-credit unions could get additional power to make business loans.