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  • Microloans May Be a Sweet Territory for Credit Unions

    There are members who want to strike out on their own but just need a little start-up capital to get a small lawn care business going or market an electrical repair shop.

  • Royal Credit Union Buys Bank’s Mortgage Servicing

    The 135,000-member Royal Credit Union has purchased the mortgage servicing rights to $600 million in mortgage loans from a local bank that the FDIC subsequently took over and sold to another bank.

  • Intuit Poll: Uptick in PFM

    The number of Americans using online personal financial management tools from their financial institutions is growing, and nearly half recently switched

  • Vendor's Poll Finds PFM Uptake

    More than one third of American adults now use online personal financial management (PFM) tools from their financial institutions and nearly half had switched banks or credit unions recently.

  • Bill Cheney Interview Transcript

    Read the complete transcript of an interview between Sarah Snell Cooke, editor-in-chief of Credit Union Times, and CUNA CEO Bill Cheney discussing his first 100 days in the position with links to video.

  • CU Aids Stone Mill Rehab

    The GPO Federal Credit Union will administer a $650,000 government loan to renovate a stone mill built in 1839 to include tourism and business spaces.

  • In Slogging Our Way to Survival, We Must All Hang Together

    As I write this, the entire credit union industry is jittery with anticipation regarding Friday, Sept. 24 with the corporate credit union regulation and legacy asset plan and possible execution of it.

  • N.Y. CU Aids in Rehab of 171-Year-Old Stone Mill

    A $650,000 government loan administered by the GPO Federal Credit Union will be used to renovate a stone mill built in 1839 to include tourism and business spaces.

  • Troops Muster Against Durbin Effort

    The industry furor over the interchange amendment passed by the Senate and sponsored by Majority Whip Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), marked by a no-holds-barred grassroots campaign,

  • CU Gets Cold Shoulder on Bank Cooperation

    When it comes to the interchange battle, the national spin may be that banks and credit unions can cooperate to defeat the Durbin amendment, but if Texas is an example, that job may be easier said than done.

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