• Auto Coverage Is Expanded

    A new deal from Open Lending Inc. will allow it to become the insurance provider for a program that provides default insurance coverage for credit union auto loans.

  • House Panel to Revisit CRA

    The prospect of expanding the reach of the Community Reinvestment Act, possibly to include credit unions, will be on Congress' radar screen again next week.

  • Charter Oak FCU CUSO Sells Its Insurance Operation

    The $635 million Charter Oak Federal Credit Union has sold the assets of an insurance firm operating through its CUSO.

  • N.Y. Insurers Gain Access

    New York Gov. David A. Paterson (D) recently signed legislation that will enable insurance companies to deposit funds in credit unions.

  • Mobile Banking Doubles

    Mobile banking adoption among U.S. consumers has nearly doubled in the past 18 months, driven by the attractive convenience of basic, everyday functionality, according to a new report from Forrester Research.

  • Risk Management Expert Advises CUs

    CHICAGO -- Risk may be a four-letter word, but it's not something that is necessarily or should be feared.

  • IMN Changes E-Communications Platform Name

    IMN has changed the name of its e-communications platform for credit unions to Member Adviser from Credit Union On.

  • Greylock FCU CEO Resigns

    The $1.3 billion Greylock Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Pittsfield, Mass., is focused on damage control and recovery in the wake of a series of revelations and resignations from some of its leaders.

  • Privacy Statements Need More Disclosures

    In privacy disclosure statements provided to customers of depository financial institutions such as credit unions, a casual reading suggests that privacy of one's assets and transactions is being protected.

  • Miami Firefighters Federal Credit Union Names New CEO

    Patrick Totten is the new president/CEO of the $73 million Miami Firefighters Federal Credit Union effective June 1.

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