Some lenders are illegally denying mortgages for moms on maternity leave.
While credit unions see positives in the use of social media for member communication, many feel disruptors are using the medium to threaten traditional banking relationships. Find out how credit unions are navigating the changing social media landscape in this Focus Report.
Many credit unions feel disruptors are using social media to threaten traditional banking relationships.
Credit unions can avoid allowing their online ads to show up alongside negative content.
Although cloud computing is fast becoming the norm in IT, many people still have trouble defining “the cloud.” Even among IT experts, the term “cloud” can refer to a wide variety of different technologies that are only connected in a general sense.
The most basic definition of the cloud is technology that stores data and accesses programs using servers hosted over the internet instead of relying on a local server confined to a specific office or a personal computer's hard drive. Cloud users aren't confined to one personal computer, giving them greater...
It's every organization's worst nightmare: A controversial, perhaps embarrassing incident takes place, then hits the internet and news outlets at lightning speed. Panic sets in. What's next? A drop in revenue? Layoffs? A complete shutdown?
Hot topics including the CFPB and marijuana business banking sparked heated debates between CU Times readers. Check out what they had to say below.
An Experian report shows credit unions are ahead of the pack when it comes to auto lending.
The impending Department of Labor fiduciary rule, which seeks to expand the definition of “fiduciary” under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, is certainly on the minds of credit union managers.
Customer expectations for frictionless mobile experiences lead to more opportunities for fraudsters, particularly when authenticating devices. And it's due to variables that change suddenly, such as new phone numbers, SIM cards and carriers.
The Dodd-Frank overhaul being pushed by House Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) should exempt credit unions from CFPB rulemaking, NAFCU President/CEO B. Dan Berger said April 25.
The NCUA said April 25 it granted a federal charter and share insurance fund coverage to the $1.1 billion Firefighters First Federal Credit Union in Los Angeles.
The St. Petersburg, Fla.-based PSCU, which calls itself the nation's leading credit union service organization, announced a partnership with Mastercard Start Path Global, a program supporting later-stage fintech startups.
The $1.2 billion Columbia Credit Union Vancouver, Wash., hired Allan Siegel as SVP and CFO. In this position, Siegel will oversee the credit union's financial-related activities and provide leadership in the areas of accounting, finance, forecasting, credit administration and strategic planning. Siegel brings more than 35 years of banking management...