After several years of embezzling from the $60 million WesTex Federal Credit Union in Lubbock, Texas, Armelinda “Irma” Castillo was nabbed by the long arm of the law.
For the fourth time this month, severe weather has forced credit unions to send employees home and close up shop.
HR managers updating their 2014 manuals are adding new laws on the books this year. California has the most new laws this year for HR professionals.
One of the best ways to get in front of young prospective members is to go where they go for fun and excitement.
Agency added new search feature for administrative actions in December that includes enforcement actions of other federal regulators.
Data security bill, sponsored by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), includes criminal penalties for those who conceal a breach.
Branches close as far south as Georgia due to extreme cold; some hardy credit unions in Great Lakes region remain open as usual.
Credit Union Times' current Trailblazer 40 Below winner, SVP of Lending Hans Iverson, will take over for retiring COO Jim Stahlman in April.
A weekly wrap-up of new hires, promotions and other noteworthy achievements in the credit union industry.
California, Missouri leagues cite need for legislative, technology measures while Golden 1 replaces 67,000 cards.