It didn’t take long to hear the buzz when the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reminded indirect lenders that they must comply with certain regulations to ensure that they are not discriminating against minorities when marking up interest rates.
A Lexus dealership, sun-soaked Miami Beach, a rogue police officer and nearly a dozen criminal accomplices. It might sound like the early sketches of a Hollywood action film, but the setting and characters are real.
Boston-area credit union founded in 1917 now to make move to mutual co-operative bank charter.
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Members will cast their vote Monday on whether to convert the $1.8 billion HarborOne CU in Brockton, Mass., to a mutual co-operative bank charter.
The Hampton Roads, Va.-based law firm Kaufman & Canoles announced partners Andrew Keeney and Dustin DeVore have been selected to co-chair the firm’s new credit union team. The firm said in a release the team was formed to respond to a growing credit union industry, where regulations are constantly changing...
Firm launches credit union team to help CUs with regulatory burdens.
Two recent court cases in which former credit union employees claim they were improperly classified begs the question: who's exempt?
No job is harder for a board of directors of a credit union, but no job is more crucial than knowing when to separate the cooperative from a lagging chief executive officer and having the strength to act.
Never tell Michael Bell, attorney and counselor at Royal Oak, Mich.-based law firm Howard & Howard, something can’t be done without a ready response to two simple words: Why not?