Roanoke, Va., credit union taking part in urban mix project with commercial and meeting space.
Money from the U.S. Treasury Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund’s latest round of funding will help credit unions offer members alternatives to high cost payday and auto loans, improved savings options, financial education and loans to bring fresh food into neighborhoods that currently do not have any, according to...
Roanoke neighborhood focus of joint effort that includes a new credit union branch.
An innovative community development credit union that serves the greater New Orleans area is one of 12 financial institutions to receive federal grant money to help improve the quality of food in their areas.
BECU went live on March 20 with person-to-person payments and since then has moved approximately $700,000 for about 5,000 newly enrolled users.