Regulatory overreach, an unnecessary limit on credit unions' choices and possibly illegal. Those are among the critiques of the NCUA's proposed rule on corporate credit unions.
In Pennsylvania, the chasm between credit unions and small community banks looks to be getting smaller-at least where it comes to operations and training.
In an unusual move apparently reflecting the changing financial landscape, the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association said Friday it is teaming up with a community banker group to start joint training sessions this fall.
New York credit unions were back to business-as-usual Wednesday, fully staffed after a numbing two-day blizzard shut down operations across a wide swath of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association joined its Maryland counterpart on Tuesday in giving income back to its members.
Following tradition, Pennsylvania Gov.-Elect Tom Corbett has picked a banker to be the state's top regulator of banks and credit unions.
NCUA's new financial literacy rules for volunteers are triggering a run this week on financial education packages, both in-person and online, with an eye toward assisting directors weak on computer skills.
Allied Solutions, Carmel, Ind., representative Amy Skeptaris received a "Special Teams Player" award from Credit Union West of St. Paul, Minn. The award
The quandary of just how credit unions grapple with the new corporate structure and ensure service access from providers occupied the highest levels of industry leadership this week.
Industry efforts to help restore Haiti's financial structure following last January's devastating earthquake have drawn in the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association and Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU, who are making a special trip to the country.