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Commercial and multifamily mortgage delinquent loans were down for credit unions, banks and thrifts during the first quarter.
A recent Financial Finesse report finds that financial stress levels has continued to decline as the economy improves. Only 16% of employees reported high or overwhelming financial stress levels during the first quarter of 2012 compared to 21% in 2011 and 30% in 2010. (See the infographic on the facing...
The Great Depression and the decades leading up to it forced many to look beyond their comfort zones just to be able to survive another day.
Massachusetts credit union taps into Gen Y interest in zombies to help educate about life insurance.
When asked how he sees the state of business services and lending among credit unions, Larry Middleman teeters on optimism and concern.
Accomplishments at credit unions recognized.
In its publication of Rule 701.19 (April 2003), the NCUA recognized the need for credit unions to attract and retain key value creators in order to succeed, and their need for competitive options in financing such attraction and retention programs.
While the 550,000 policyholders of the newly restructured CMFG Life Insurance Co. may not see any substantial changes, the firm’s parent company is looking forward to how the move will help it diversify and expand beyond the credit union industry.
Linda Jekel, credit union regulator for the state of Washington, said she does not foresee any supervisory issues arising from Bank Transfer Day.