New Jersey

  • GSE Reform Faces an Uncertain Future

    A bill that would phase-out Fannie and Freddie is unlikely to pass a full Senate vote.

  • Credit Unions Not Fueling Rise in Repossessions

    Experian report says customers of finance companies driving hike, while total dollar volume in auto lending at record high.

  • FBI: Watch Online Account Openings

    An FBI lead investigator suggests credit unions step up efforts to prevent fake online account openings.

  • Credit Unions Form CUSO, Converting Core Processor

    Three New Jersey credit unions form a CUSO and convert their core processing to Corelation.

  • A Big Thank You to OSCUI

    Wow, I would like to tell you that the comments I read in your April 16 issue on “Questioning Cost of Small Credit Union Initiatives” were not an echo of the frustration felt throughout our industry. But I hear that on a regular basis.

  • People

    The $184 million First Financial Federal Credit Union in Wall, N.J., hired Thomas Coleman as lending manager at its corporate headquarters. Coleman has more than 20 years of consumer loan underwriting experience, including as vice president of Customers Bank in Langhorne, Pa., and at Credit Union of New Jersey in...

  • Mobile Architecture, Strategies Drive Opportunity

    Smart devices present the chance to bring together development tools and cross-departmental strategies to help credit unions compete in the mobile world.

  • NCUA Approves 53 Mergers

    First quarter merger numbers down from 2013 and 2012's figures.

  • Golden 1 Names Four VPs: People

    Read about the latest new hires, promotions, retirements and other career milestones.

  • People

    The $197 million Tobyhanna Federal Credit Union in Scranton, Pa., hired Christopher Bresset as assistant vice president of consumer and indirect lending. He has more than 18 years of financial services experience, most recently with Honesdale National Bank in Honesdale, Pa.

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