Wisconsin Credit Union League

  • Wisconsin Voters Back CU MBL, League Says

    Three quarters of Wisconsin voters polled by the Wisconsin Credit Union League said they backed a move to lift the CU member business cap, the League announced.

  • Wis. League Continues To Call Out Bankers

    The banking industry's push to stonewall attempts to attach an amendment to a bill that would raise the member business lending cap continues to draw the ire of the Wisconsin Credit Union League.

  • Wis. League Blasts Banks' Small Biz Amendment Stalling

    The Wisconsin Credit Union League has stepped up its criticism of banks that have stonewalled attempts to attach an amendment to a bill that would raise the member business lending cap.

  • Koenig Barred by NCUA

    In a consent order, the NCUA last week barred Richard Koenig, the former chairman of Central States Mortgage Corp., a bankrupt Milwaukee CUSO and ex-CEO of the $144 million Prime Financial CU of Cudahy, Wis., from further industry activities.

  • Koenig, Ex-Central States Chairman, Barred by NCUA

    Richard Koenig, the former chairman of Central States Mortgage Corp. a bankrupt Milwaukee CUSO and ex-CEO of the $144 million Prime Financial CU of Cudahy, Wis. has been barred from the industry by the NCUA under a consent order issued Thursday.

  • Investment Project Targets Underserved

    Now that it has some tangible evidence from a nearly year-old project that provided training to credit union employees on investment education, the Wisconsin Credit Union League is gearing up to reach the poor and underserved.

  • NCUA May Isolate Corporate Assessment; Becker Hails Move

    The NCUA Board may vote in June on whether to separate corporate CU assessments from those that cover natural person credit union losses, Chairman Debbie Matz told Wisconsin Credit Union League members.

  • Poor, Underserved, Target of CU Investor Project

    The underserved and poor individuals who may find it hard to save for retirement will receive help through an investment project from the Wisconsin Credit Union League.

  • NCUA May Isolate Corporate Stabilization Assessment

    The NCUA board may vote in June to separate corporate credit union assessments from those that cover natural person credit union losses.

  • Wis. Bankers Lambast MBLs

    Pulling from a 2003 Government Accountability Office study, the Wisconsin Bankers Association offered what it considered evidence that most NCUA examiners do not have enough experience to effectively monitor commercial loans at credit unions.

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