Opportunities continue to emerge in home equity.
Credit unions grow their business lending portfolios in a recovering economy, and despite the MBL cap.
What do New York City yellow taxicabs drivers, Evangelical Christians and eastern European immigrants have in common? They all depend on credit unions to own a business, worship at their church and own a home.
Review the complete prepared remarks NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz read at the November board meeting.
The $1.8 billion Technology Credit Union books $33M in SBA-backed loans as of Sept. 30.
Going outside the credit union's walls helps some get much-needed collection expertise.
App-based transportation services such as Uber and Lyft have brought increased competition to the city of New York's taxicab industry and introduced an element of uncertainty on the value of taxi medallions and potentially to those credit unions that finance their purchase or use them as collateral for other loans.
A New York credit union says for now, taxi medallions that serve as loan collateral are holding value.
According to 2013 HMDA data, refinances topped purchase money loans.
The $151 million Members First Credit Union in Manchester, N.H., hired Terry Wiegelman as vice president of marketing and sales and Matt Halfmann as branch manager. Wiegelman holds 15 years of experience in credit union marketing and previously worked at the $334 million Granite State Credit Union, also in Manchester,...