The battle over a new federal regulation barring “disparate impact” in sale of homeowner’s insurance is moving to the courts.
When the tiny Saguache County Credit Union, plagued by losses for several years, was finally liquidated last spring, its 3,185 members faced not having another financial institution in the area to serve them.
This preview from our July 10 print edition looks at credit union industry preparations to offer members insurance under Obamacare.
Small credit union moves into new line of business.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued a proposed rule and request for comment regarding a temporary delay in the June 1 effective date of a final rule provision that would prohibit the financing of credit insurance into a mortgage.
Risk Strategies Co. hires executive team, leader for its Credit Union Health Benefits operation.
Provision was to take effect on June 1. CUNA has asked for extension until January.
Preparedness study finds gap between recognition and reaction when it comes to extreme weather risks.
There are two main types of loyalty that have been widely accepted within academic circles, attitudinal and behavioral loyalty.
We consistently hear from our credit union partners that they continue to focus on ways to differentiate themselves in a commoditized market. This is a challenge.