With more than $350 billion in assets, affluent investors unhappy with their current employer-sponsored retirement plans have no misgivings about moving their funds elsewhere.
The Wall Street Journal dropped the bombshell: “Banks Hit for Credit Union Ills,” read the headline on an article reporting that the NCUA was in talks with a bevy of Wall Street powerhouses (Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase) about the NCUA’s belief that Wall Street banks sold...
Around Valentine’s Day three years ago, holders of auction rate securities fell completely out of love with the debt instruments, causing a market freeze and a slew of lawsuits against the banks with claims of misrepresentation. The fallout continues.
The NCUA has threatened to sue four investment banks if they don’t refund $50 billion from the sale of mortgage-backed securities to five corporate credit unions that the agency conserved last year, according to several sources within the credit union industry.
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The NCUA has threatened to sue four investment banks if they don’t refund $50 billion from the sale of mortgage-backed securities to five corporate credit unions that the agency conserved last year, The Wall Street Journal reported today.
Some retirees and pre-retirees who are opting for traditional solutions and managing their income on their own are giving the cold shoulder to some financial service firms hawking their wares.
Financial service firms hawking their wares are getting the cold shoulder from some retirees and pre-retirees who are opting for traditional solutions and managing their income on their own, a new study revealed.
Western Corporate Federal Credit Union Vice President of Economic and Market Research Dwight Johnston today called the Obama Administration's prediction of an average net increase of 95,000 jobs per month "somewhat disingenuous."