SAN ANTONIO - A former White House official and leading bank executive today delivered a predominantly pessimistic view of the challenges facing the U.S. economy to executives attending PSCU' Financial Services' 2011 Senior Leadership Workshop and Member Forum.
SAN ANTONIO - A former Cabinet official and leading bank advisor told attendees today at PCSU Financial Service's 2011 Conference that the serious fiscal problems facing the U.S. meant that a bid to roll back the cap on debit interchange is almost sure to fail.
The NCUA announced its budget increase at the last board meeting much to the dismay of the industry that supports it financially.
What the trade associations and certain credit union leaders can't accomplish, President Obama and Congress might be able to achieve.
NCUA employees and other federal employees could have their pay frozen if Congress approves a proposal announced today by President Obama.
The SBA's Office of Inspector General has confirmed it is reviewing a sample of 300 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act loans as a usual oversight measure and not because those loans have a tendency for a higher number of defaults.
As part of the usual oversight of any loan program, the SBA's Office of Inspector General said it is reviewing a sample of 300 Recovery Act loans.