New Jersey credit unions couldn’t ask for better placement for their league’s “Banking You Can Trust” ad at a commuter train station.
New Jersey Credit Union League CEO Paul Gentile in panel discussion at jobs fair in New York City while staff mans booth to help spread the word on MBL.
The $125 million First Jersey Credit Union of Wayne, N.J., has broken a regulatory barrier on FOM expansion for state charters.
First Jersey CU wins state approval to serve four new counties, 1.8 million people in metro New York.
Disaster relief effort follows similar calls for help after flooding, tornadoes earlier this year.
At the end it was touch-and-go, but at last New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed the municipal deposit bill empowering credit unions to start accepting government funds.
Last week, the NCUA added to its list of targets by suing Goldman Sachs for $491 million for losses corporates endured due to mortgage-backed securities. This is the fourth suit filed by the NCUA against securities firms, seeking a total of $2 billion in damages.
Credit unions win right to accept New Jersey public funds after governor, legislators turn back bank appeals.
Ohio-based corporate offers CIF program support with no obligation to join.
Long-fought measure allowing credit unions to take government deposits now goes to governor for signing.