Establishing an effective fraud prevention policy will be among the topics discussed.
Henderson, Nev., facility has showroom that can accommodate up to 200 vehicles and is nearly 10 times the size of its predecessor.
When Credit Union Times asked Fred Johnson, president/CEO for Credit Union Executives Society, what he sees as an emerging trend in the way credit unions are run, one of his responses was “collaboration.”
Former lawmaker spent seven months as state's financial commissioner, now taking over state-run property insurer.
Credit unions can now comment on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s latest draft of its mortgage disclosure forms.
With health care costs projected to continue rising, more organizations have turned to wellness programs as a way to strike a balance between becoming more efficient and offering benefits that will attract top talent.
If credit unions were subject to income taxes, they would lose a key part of what makes them unique, but experts are divided as to whether it would create a stampede of bank conversions.
Although the majority of NCUA Board members are Democrats, when it comes to the question of lowering the NCUSIF's operating level,
CUNA has written NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz to ask the agency to temporarily reduce the normal operating level for the NCUSIF from 1.3% of insured shares to 1.2%.