With the Occupy Wall Street movement recently crossing the one month mark, it remains to be seen if any of the protestors’ list of frustrations will be addressed and acted on.
Law firms seeking relatively easy settlements have helped fuel the numbers of lawsuits against both credit unions and community banks over alleged failures to comply with ATM regulations.
This article will be among the news and features filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
Lawsuits filed over alleged failure to post required fee notices on machines.
Stakeholders argue that guidelines fall short of addressing evolving threats and have tough-to-meet deadline.
SAN ANTONIO — Allowing credit unions to access supplemental capital would help them grow better but could cost them their tax-exempt status, CUNA Mutual Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development John Lass told a breakout session of America’s Credit Union Conference.
A mobile version of the widely used loanliner.com lending software has been rolled out by CUNA Mutual.
Web-based solution eschews dowloadable apps.
This article could be called “Beyond Interchange Fees.” The changes that may come with a cap on interchange fees will be mastered by most credit unions. What this article zeroes in on are the very real threats that may imperil the very existence of many credit unions.
The stark words jumped off the page of the report. "Consumer inflation rose 0.5% in December, the highest monthly gain since June 2009," according to an advisory prepared by Brian Turner of Southwest Corporate Investment Services in Plano, Texas.