The battle over a new federal regulation barring “disparate impact” in sale of homeowner’s insurance is moving to the courts.
Why the virtual currency matters.
Is loan regime split dollar snake oil or liquid gold? How is a board to know? If it works, LRSD is a powerful tool for compensating key executives and preserving credit union assets. If it doesn’t work, the costs to the credit union and the participating executives are high.
Now that the NCUA has approved a final loan participation rule, some are still concerned about some of the long-term impacts.
Illinois Credit Union League President/CEO Dan Plauda will be retiring June 30, 2014, after 37 years of service to the credit union movement.
There is a growing industry backlash against the criteria for member business loan waivers.
NCUA program officer gets an earful about business loan waivers from NACUSO attendees.
LAS VEGAS — Some say credit unions, CUSOs get mixed messages about who's responsible for due diligence in business lending.
Louisiana Corporate Credit Union has emerged victorious from a decade-long suit involving the liquidation of National Century Financial Enterprises. The corporate, in an announcement last week, said it has agreed to a $600,000 settlement with Credit Suisse, the last remaining defendant in the securities fraud case.
CEO David Savoie says 98% of losses recovered. Legal fees at 10% sharply lower than NCUA contingent fees.