Numbers from ForeSee research again favor non-profit financial cooperatives; apps considered superior to mobile websites.
Last week, credit unions’ federal tax exemption appeared to be in jeopardy. H.R. 6474 would have gradually repealed credit unions’ tax-exempt status over five years. Fortunately for credit unions, a spokesman for Rep. Dennis Ross, the bill’s sponsor, explained that the inclusion of this in the bill was accidental,...
After losing his wife, Glenn Sasser created a thriving new business with the help of his local credit union, and none from the banks.
While credit unions seem to have dodged this lob for now, it did draw attention to the credit union tax exemption, which the banking lobby is sure to relish.
LAS VEGAS — Not for CEOs panelists cite the difference: "We're not Wells Fargo." Payday lending alternatives one example.
LAS VEGAS — Disruption. Disintermediation. Reinvention. These three themes rocked the first installment of Money2020, a bustling conference that attracted a full house of 2,000-plus attendees and, more importantly, it brought in very senior executives from major financial services players ranging from American Express to Visa, MasterCard and Discover; from...
Harris Interactive survey finds 52% of middle class Americans believe paying monthly bills is most important daily concern.
The Global Brand Simplicity Index, which surveyed more than 1,000 U.S. consumers, found that less than 36% of consumers considered global and national banks to be the simplest type of bank.
Early reports for the finance sector’s third-quarter 2012 performance indicate that it is on track to best all other sectors.
WASHINGTON — Keynotes by Sir Richard Branson, the $4 billion Virgin serial entrepreneur, and global strategist Jonathan Salem Baskin. Panel after panel on mobile banking, peer-to peer-payments and the rules of engagement with social media. A tentative obituary for near field communication, an innovative payments technology around which enthusiasm seems...