Los Alamos fire forces one credit union to set up shop at another, while Montana, Nebraska, Indiana, Kansas and Iowa added to disaster relief policy list.
North Dakota’s top financial regulator said Wednesday he expects to take part in a free national webinar on disaster lending policy on Thursday.
One credit union faces loss of building, moves operation to colleagues on higher ground.
President Kennedy famously said after the Bay of Pigs debacle that “victory has a thousand fathers; defeat is an orphan.”
North Dakota-based Midwest Corporate has shut its doors, choosing to liquidate rather than attempt to meet toughened NCUA financial yardsticks.
League's LEVERAGE subsidiary will sell vendor management software through Mid-America Service Corp. in Bismarck, N.D.
Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad announced today he won't seek another term next year.
Picture a credit union universe without corporate credit unions. Not a one. ProDraft Services, a Bismark, N.D., CUSO, insists that such a world is not only possible, it may actually be better for credit unions.
A firm which tracks real estate trends expects some parts of the U.S. to see significant improvements in their real estate prices this year.
Several credit unions in the Dakotas have the distinction that many of their peers elsewhere probably wished they had: a permanent exemption from the member business lending cap.