For the first time, credit unions reach $1 trillion in assets according to data from the NCUA.
DOL leader refuses to believe President-elect Trump would destroy new rules going into effect in 2017.
Fintechs to receive limited-purpose bank charters from The Office of Comptroller of the Currency.
Hensarling remains chair of the House Financial Services Committee pledging to replace most of Dodd-Frank.
Credit union officials are relieved as banks fail to gain rent-free space on military bases.
Targets of the latest prohibition orders include a woman who stole money from her credit union's ATMs.
A group of Democratic lawmakers urge the court to keep the CFPB structure in place.
Payment card transactions are climbing and so are losses due to fraud.
First African Baptist Church FCU is liquidated; American Heritage FCU assumes its 261 members and their deposits.
In the wake of the Wells Fargo scandal, a CFPB bulletin warns unchecked incentives can reproduce that company’s abuses.