South Dakota

  • Dakota Foundation Offers Grants

    The Credit Union Foundation of the Dakotas announced that it has grants available to community organizations and credit unions affiliated with the Credit Union Association of the Dakotas.

  • Trade PACs Gear Up for the Election

    If money really does talk, then CUNA and NAFCU have been doing the financial equivalent of vocal exercises. The political action committees of both groups each ended last year with six-figure amounts in their coffers, as they gear up for an election year that features a large number of competitive races...

  • Cordray Pledges to Go Easy

    Saying that credit unions and small banks “had very little, really nothing to do with causing the financial crisis,” Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray renewed his commitment to ensure that they don’t face unnecessary additional regulatory burdens.

  • Paying Politics: Trades Build War Chests for 2012 Campaigns

    CUNA, NAFCU spread donations across parties, chambers.

  • Cordray Again Pledges to Minimize CFPB Impact on CUs, Small Banks

    CFPB director testifies Tuesday at Senate Banking Committee hearing.

  • New Core Platform for CUSOs

    CU*Answers has rolled out a new core processing platform aimed at vendors and CUSOs that use multiple core platforms to service specialized member products, the Grand Rapids, Mich., CUSO said.

  • Lifestyle Lending Woos New Members

    Deciding whether to have a tummy tuck or not would most likely not be on the list of priorities for most consumers given the economic doldrums of the last few years.

  • New Core Platform Aimed at CUSOs

    A South Dakota credit union and its mortgage lending arm are the first users of a new core processing platform from CU*Answers.

  • MBL Cap Hike Still Up in The Air

    For the past few years, advocates have continued to push for increasing the member business lending cap, and 2011 saw more of the same efforts.

  • Payday Project in Dakota Gains CUs

    With Bank Transfer Day as a backdrop, credit unions in western South Dakota managed to gain some high level attention recently by becoming prime participants in the “Bank on Rapid City” venture that is designed to warn against predatory payday lending.

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