North Carolina last week became the latest state to achieve progress on allowing credit unions to start offering a “Save to Win” savings sweepstakes program.
Tarheel CUs may soon be able to entice savings by offering grand prizes to members in a statewide lottery.
After a year in the works, the North Carolina Credit Union League will complete its relocation from Greensboro to Raleigh next week.
Raleigh, N.C.-based Local Government FCU's staffers participated in an intensive eight-hour review of the credit union industry’s cooperative principles and philosophy.
The Investor Education in Your Workplace program is being rolled out in North Carolina, with an initial quiz and survey set for March 28. Coursework and a final quiz and survey are scheduled for July 1.
The North Carolina Credit Union League and the league's service corporation have announced that they have voted unanimously to contribute their "fair share" toward the recapitalization of First Carolina Corporate Credit Union.
Those new NCUA rules taking effect next week on financial literacy for credit union directors continued to stir heightened compliance worries.
Credit union concern over NCUA's financial literacy rules for directors continued to peak Wednesday with CUNA now counting what it called a "huge" signup--1,800 participants--for an audio conference Thursday on the topic.
The budget shortfalls harshly affecting a number of state governments over the past two years seem, for the most part, to have spared credit union regulation any sharp impairment.
North Carolina's Democratic governor, Beverly Perdue, unveiled a broad downsize of state agencies but the North Carolina Credit Union League is telling its members it disfavors any notion of combining bank and CU regulation.