CUANY president says amended law was "essential to preserving a healthy dual chartering system in New York State."
Business lending volume among New York credit unions experienced a 62.3% increase from March 2010’s levels.
New York credit unions as well as banks may be getting a break soon from ‘spam-driven’ subpoenas issued by collection lawyers and other creditors under a bill winning final clearance in the New York Assembly Wednesday and now headed to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk.
Group urges first-term GOP Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle to support interchange cap delay.
Last month, the Kansas Credit Union Association formed CUnext: Young Leaders of Kansas, a state-wide educational and networking group for 18- to 30-year-old credit union employees, and it isn’t the first group of its kind.
Glum is the one word summing up of the mood of the bridge task forces, at least for Members United Corporate Bridge and Western Bridge and their plans to create viable entities for tomorrow.
Educating consumers about the dangers of fake checks is the goal of a joint credit union-bank effort now under way in New York.
Hike the Hill now has a hometown cousin, "Hike at Home," and some credit union trade groups are starting to take advantage of the GOP's new House strategy to get closer to constituents.
The Crash Network has chosen 16 young credit union professionals to attend CUNA's 2011 GAC and complete a service project designed to improve their credit unions or the industry.
The notion of combining regulatory agencies covering credit unions, banks and insurance firms may be a pet project of New York's new governor, Andrew Cuomo, but so far it has won only preliminary CU approval.