A new partnership between Financial Service Centers Cooperative Inc and a leading online foreign exchange company now allows participating CUs to offer their members foreign exchange.
Say farewell to the wisecracking, brainy lawmaker from suburban Boston and say hello to the soft-spoken, courtly former lumber company owner and trial lawyer from Birmingham, Ala.
Saying that the recovery isn't occurring fast enough, the Federal Reserve announced today it will buy $600 billion of U.S. government debt over the next eight months.
Credit unions are very proud of their heritage, and they should be. Credit unions, individually and as an industry, grew from nothing to serve tens of millions of members nationwide.
In today's ever evolving financial services marketplace, credit unions should start paying for qualified board members.
LAS VEGAS -- The American Credit Union Mortgage Association wanted attendees at its 2010 annual conference to walk away with two convictions.
American credit unions aren't subject to international capital requirements, but changes to these requirements could prompt the U.S. government to allow supplemental capital.
Accounts of up to $250,000 at credit unions and banks would be permanently insured beyond the current expiration date of 2013, as a result of an amendment approved last week by the House-Senate conference committee on regulatory overhaul.
The U.S. Government could save between $36 million and $39 million in interchange fees annually if it had the right to negotiate for better terms, according to a Treasury Department report.
WAILEA, Hawaii -- The meeting planners at PSCU Financial Services, the payments CUSO for more than 500 of the nation's credit unions, wanted to emphasize the positive at their annual Member Forum this year.