President Obama's new deficit-reduction package could include killing the credit union tax exemption.
Consumers may have to pay as much as 20% down for their mortgages to be exempt from risk-retention standards, according to media reports about the discussions among regulatory agencies.
Credit unions with credit card programs might see a significant uptick in their credit card balances based on Federal Reserve data from the end of 2010.
JPMorgan Chase may soon have a friend in the West Wing.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal and West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin, both Democrats, are expected to win open Senate seats in their states, according to the Associated Press.
A defaulted $1.5 million loan apparently made to non-members is firing up bankers' tax exemption talk.
Authorities in New York said they have charged 37 people with using a computer virus to steal more than $3 million from dozens of individuals, banks and other businesses.
According to several media reports, Defarra Gaymon, president/CEO of Credit Union of Atlanta, was shot and killed by an undercover detective in New Jersey over the weekend.
Ohio Governor Ted Strickland has named a former banker to be that state's next CU regulator.
The accounting firm that reviewed the financials and performed audits of the defunct New London Security Federal Credit Union's records has denied claims that it failed to detect fraudulent activity, an allegation made by NCUA in a March 19 complaint.