Reinforcing the benefits of relationships between credit unions and Realtors a boon for members.
Credit union distrust of Realtors still exists, says CU Realty survey.
Southeastern League CEO asks credit unions to support bill to exempt MBLs made to veterans from the cap.
CU Times' card services reporter experiences a breach, and is less than impressed by his credit union's response.
Largest retail ATM owner cites responsibility to clients in creation of chief information security officer position.
The 44,000-member, $540 million National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Rockville, Md., has been working to prepare its housing finance program for whatever the federal government may choose to do with the two giant mortgage entities Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Every American will remember precisely what we were doing on Sept. 11, 2001. I was four months pregnant and Credit Union Times senior Washington reporter at the time. That was the day Credit Union House was scheduled to open, and I was getting ready to cover the grand opening celebration.
Every American will remember precisely what we were doing on Sept. 11, 2001. Our veteran staff included.
Expect a lively debate to open up the New Year on CU Times ON AIR with the Interchange Exchange.
In what has become a relatively rare move, a Washington area credit union has sold its credit card portfolio to an agent-issuing bank.