A month after Hurricane Sandy’s devastation, the SBA said it has approved more than $150 million in disaster loans in four states.
The Tuesday night reception drew lawmakers, credit unions and business owners and kicked off CUNA’s latest Hike the Hill.
Of the 2,000 credit unions located in the path of Hurricane Sandy, 838 were unable to operate, in varying degrees, during the difficult days following the super storm, according to the NCUA. And it took nearly a full week before most of those credit unions were be back in business...
First Data Corp said it will reimburse ATM fees from its Money Network ATMs in 14 states most impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island credit unions closing early, Ohio credit unions on watch.
Storm closes Pennsylvania and Delaware league offices, some Chartway FCU branches on Virginia Beach.
Leagues in New York, Rhode Island and North Carolina were among the organizations warning credit unions to batten down for the coming storm.
Region I Director Mark Treichel will replace the retiring David Marquis as the next NCUA executive director, the agency announced Thursday.
Despite shedding jobs, cutting pay, trimming benefits, curbing services and expanding the tax base, the state of Rhode Island is in deep financial trouble, and credit unions there are doing their best to stay afloat.
A close-up look at a dozen cases by insiders and members that cost credit unions more than $185 million, and often, their very existence.