DETROIT – Review photos from Day 1 of this year's National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions' 40th annual conference.
Since U.S. District Judge Richard Leon issued his shocking decision on July 31 that called for even more draconian price controls under Dodd-Frank’s Durbin Amendment, some legal commentators have given him the benefit of the doubt.
Altura Credit Union, Riverside, Calif., announced that its scholarship foundation is awarding $38,000 in college scholarships this year to seniors graduating from Riverside County high schools. Of the 38 scholarships for $1,000, 35 are directly from the Altura Scholarship Foundation. Five of those specifically recognize students in AVID programs. And...
House Financial Services hearing features partisan back-and-forth over Fannie and Freddie.
Agency says credit unions in six states are not operational, closed or have a pending status.
Journey aimed at raising awareness of cooperatives.
San Francisco attorney Teveia Barnes has been appointed commissioner of the California Department of Financial Institutions, whose oversight includes credit unions.
For the first time ever, a woman will formally lead the Board of Directors of the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union, the largest ethnically based credit union in the U.S.
Although the new consumer agency is designed to protect consumers, it will also ease the regulatory burden on financial services providers, Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd said today.
When the Obama administration begins implementing the regulatory overhaul bill it will improve or eliminate some existing regulations, not just create new ones, according to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.