From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.
Philadelphia CUSO said through June 30, it closed 169 loans for $39.5 million for its 12 owner credit unions in Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The Massachusetts Democrat sent Sallie Mae President/CEO Jack Remondi a letter that compared the lender’s use of FHLB funds to how big banks benefitted from TARP funds.
Much fanfare has been made over credit unions’ member growth resurgence over the past 18 months. It’s been wonderful to witness, and with the hard work of the entire credit union community, it can continue in perpetuity.
This Opinion piece looks at making the enterprise safer by making passwords and key accounts a moving target.
A lot of sunshine and just a few dark clouds set a pretty good scene for the credit union industry.
Idaho leads in loans outstanding and Oklahoma in loan growth in March-March numbers out Tuesday from NCUA.
Credit reporting agencies and the ability to filter complaints by state also added to bureau offering.
Pennsylvania-based corporate reports 124% year-over-year net income increase boosted by VACORP merger.
The $1 billion credit union in Corning, N.Y., said at the end of March, total loans stood at $638 million, a 6.2% increase year over year.