Payment, charter and capital issues among topics at world meeting.
On Oct. 17, four credit unions in and around Muncie, Ind., will be sending ”kindness crews” to perform random good deeds, buying coffee and bagging groceries for unsuspecting consumers.
The World Council of Credit Unions urged the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision to strive for greater clarity in its recent “Sound Management of Risk Related to Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism” consultative document. The Basel Committee’s AML rules are one of the international standards that influence U.S. credit unions’...
Plans come together as Oct. 17 approaches.
Facebook sweepstakes allows public to vote for one of three Kansas City charitable organizations to receive a $2,000 donation.
It’s a great time for U.S. credit unions. The need for strong financial guidance is acute, awareness of the credit union difference is rising, membership is high and surveys tell us members are overwhelmingly satisfied. Yes, there’s room for improvement, but generally, it’s terrific to be a credit union leader...
World Council pens letter on AML lists and CU membership to Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
These credit union leaders are taking a byte out of the stereotypes and making their mark in the credit union technology space.
A credit union helped a small-time baker grow from delivering home-baked goods to parties and weddings to placing Bundt cakes on regional grocery store chain shelves with a microloan of less than $50,000.
Filene Report examines benefits and risks of microloans and says they might be well-suited to credit unions.