Heading through the Beltway traffic on my way to the NCUA offices in Alexandria, Va., as the acting chairman of the agency on Sept. 11, 2001, I learned from radio reports that two of the World Trade Center towers had been hit by commercial jets–obviously no coincidence.
Acting NCUA chair was on the Beltway when the tragic events of that day began to unfold.
With the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau launch about a month away, credit union executives are expecting to spend more money and time complying with myriad of new regulations.
Credit union executives spent the first week after the NCUA unveiled its corporate credit union prepayment plan studying it and reserving judgment.
A death sentence for credit unions? An impetus to change the business model? Depends on who you ask.
Although they are outside credit unions' traditional line of products, private student loans present an opportunity to help families pay for college when scholarships, grants and federal loans are not enough to cover the rising cost of attendance.
Offering private student loans can be advantageous to a credit union in many ways, and more and more CUs are taking an interest in the product.
A new legislative and regulatory advocacy committee with a focus on issues affecting CUSOs and their credit unions is the latest effort coming from NACUSO.
By most accounts, 2010 should have been a barn burner in the number of credit union mergers, based on rising assessments, the corporate crisis and a bad economy hitting a large part of the country.
In the Oct. 27 issue, former NCUA Chairman Dennis Dollar posed a series of thought-provoking questions for credit unions to ask their corporate credit unions