A bill that would phase-out Fannie and Freddie is unlikely to pass a full Senate vote.
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Giving back to the community or helping someone personally during spare time makes the world a better place.
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The FBI is investigating whether the former manager of the former Parsons-Pittsburg Credit Union embezzled $10 million and gambled it away at casinos in Oklahoma and Missouri, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court in Wichita, Kan.
A federal jury in U.S. District Court in Cleveland has convicted a 41-year-old Ohio man in the $70 million fraud case that led to the collapse of the St. Paul Croatian Federal Credit Union.
For the first time in 13 years, credit unions have grown their auto loan portfolios past the high of 12.9% annual growth that occurred in March 2001.
Four credit unions in the Houston area are now two.
The NCUA training conference in Jacksonville, Fla., cost $1.9 million, about $175,000 less than originally budgeted, the agency announced on May 21.
Young members of the $381 million Lafayette Federal Credit Union who organized an effort to win two board seats failed to do so but suggested they would keep on working for change in the Kensington, Md., institution.
New Yorkers can now file claims for more than $20 million in refunds for illegal interest they were charged on loans from Western Sky Financial and CashCall, the state's attorney general said last week.
The $2.6 billion Northwest Federal Credit Union in Herndon, Va., hired Jeff Bentley as SVP of lending. Bentley has more than 25 years of financial services experience. He succeeds Colleen Daly, who retired in March. She began her career with Northwest Federal in 1984 as a teller. Daly also led...