The credit union campaign to win state-by-state approval for savings promotion raffles picked up steam last week.
Nebraska lawmakers give go-ahead to lottery savings plan for CUs.
Banker attacks will not stop more states from adopting credit union savings raffles, according to a Boston-area savings advocacy group.
A "Save to Win" savings raffle program appears headed for the governor's signature in Washington state.
The Iowa House has listened to bankers and killed a 'Save to Win' CU lottery bill. Not so in Nebraska.
A mortgage servicing settlement proposed by Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller is under intense scrutiny by several state attorneys general.
Credit unions and other opponents of the Federal Reserve’s proposed rule capping debit interchange fees received good news last week when bills to delay the rule’s implementation were introduced in the Senate and House.
A mortgage servicing settlement proposed by Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller is under intense scrutiny by several state attorney generals, who publically voiced their concerns about its impact on U.S. financial institutions in media interviews and a March 16 letter to addressed to Miller’s office.
Half of the respondents in a 14-country survey about fraud concerns cited cards as their main worry, yet 10% of them in the U.S. said they carry their PINs with those same cards.
Even with ongoing fallout, the shock of the corporate crisis may at last be wearing off, shedding a more positive light on some of the surviving corporates, according to Charles Emmer, the president/CEO of Ent Federal Credit Union.