Wachovia Bank

  • People in the News

    GHS Federal Credit Union, Binghamton, N.Y., announced the promotion of Kevin Kelly. Kelly joined GHS in the spring of 2011 and has recently been promoted to IS manager where he oversees the daily operations of GHS’s information systems, including overseeing the IS staff, managing the network, GHS’s defenses, and safeguarding...

  • People in the News - July 15, 2013

    From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.

  • NCUA Chair Calls for Regulatory Expansion and Streamlining

    WASHINGTON — Saying that her goal is to “target risky behaviors in credit unions, not credit unions themselves,” NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz on Sept. 19 announced that the agency will beef up certain safety and soundness regulations but ease up on others.

  • Wachovia Brand Going Away, CUs Should Capitalize

    The Virginia Credit Union League is telling its credit unions to take advantage of the vanishing Wachovia logo following the Wells Fargo takeover.

  • FinCEN Issues Annual Report

    Reaching out to credit unions and other community financial institutions is among 2011’s goals, according to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s just-released 2010 annual report.

  • FinCEN Releases Annual Report

    The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network is now reaching out to credit unions. That's one of the messages in FinCEN's just-released 2010 annual report.

  • Banks' Free Checking Exit a CU Boon, Says Del Nero

    Credit unions have been handed "a tremendous opportunity" to gain new market share as a result of those continuing reports of big banks dropping free checking, the head of New Jersey's second largest CU said Wednesday.

  • People

    Andrews Federal Credit Union, Suitland, Md., announced Jim Hayes as its new executive vice president/chief financial officer.

  • Survey: Consumers Likely to Recommend CUs

    American consumers put credit unions atop the list of financial services providers they're likely to recommend,

  • What CUs Can Learn From Wachovia

    When Wachovia Bank agreed to a settlement with the U.S. government, it became the financial institution with the unfortunate distinction of having paid the largest penalty, $160 million, for a violation of the Bank Secrecy Act.

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