WASHINGTON — Emotions run high as the four winners thanked friends, family and colleagues.
CUNA's largest affiliated credit union, the $27 billion State Employees' Credit Union of North Carolina, will not renew its membership in 2014.
While most agree credit unions should file reports on time, industry leaders also think regulator's fines are heavy handed.
NCUA Board Chairman discusses the agency's proposed risk-based capital rule and call report filing fines on-site from NCUA headquarters.
One in seven of you don’t turn your 5300 Call Reports in on time. Why not?
Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn says CUNA concerned about risk-based capital proposal details, which the NCUA has not shared with trades.
As mobile banking goes mainstream, credit unions should adjust security standards so access is on par with brick and mortar.
NCUA Board members, NAFCU's Berger, CUNA's Cheney said they look forward to working with McWatters.
One credit unions, walking distance from the NCUA that was once a shining star among small credit unions crumbled this year amid allegations of fraud, embezzlement and the suicide of its manager.
Senate rules change paved way for Watt's confirmation after Republicans had vowed to block a vote.