John Sheehy is remembered.
John Sheehy is remembered.
Dr. Stanley Riggs
Would you rather be rich and have broken dreams or be broke but have rich memories?
Former credit union manager Linda Sue Newcomb pleaded guilty Friday to embezzlement, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft charges in a $10 million loan fraud scheme that led to the May 2013 collapse of the $13.8 million Lynrocten Federal Credit Union in Lynchburg, Va.
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Truly the biggest buzz in the financial education space right now is how you define financial well-being or financial capability.
The arrival of EMV chipped cards could trigger an increase in credit-card related scams, but analytics could help institutions combat the problem.
B. Dan Berger
It is not one single regulation, but multiple regulations from numerous agencies that are negatively impacting credit unions.
A new study from TransUnion said the consumer data firm's new CreditVision credit score will create credit scores for 26.5 million more American. The product will also increase A paper borrowers.
On the whole, small credit unions face greater challenges than their larger counterparts.
Three executives on administrative leave following federal investigation of Centra Health Credit Union.
The $1.1 billion MAX Credit Union created a debit card that recalls the 1965 march civil rights march from Selma, Ala., to the state capital in Montgomery.
Key message for CUNA GAC 2015: Asking Congress for help to remove barriers and let credit unions serve their members.
The NCUA shifts gears from risk-based capital to field of membership reform.
Rep. Jeff Miller (R-Fla.) reintroduced legislation Feb. 27 that would exempt loans made to veterans from the credit union member business lending cap.
Missouri Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo.) brings back his bill to Congress.
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James C. Barbre III proves that being progressive and open to learning has nothing to do with age.
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Charlotte Metro Credit Union develops innovative solutions to remain on the leading edge of technology.
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Credit union leaders will advocate for preserving the tax exemption, regulatory relief and national data security standards.
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Jonathan Patrick helps members realize their small business dreams.
Congressman Pete Aguilar (D-Calif.), a former CU executive, supports pending MBL and supplemental capital bills.
Annette Zimmerman starts with culture to turn PrimeWay Federal Credit Union around.
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The NCUA to explore five new areas of regulatory relief to help credit unions compete in the rapidly evolving marketplace.
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Outdated branch design can do more harm than good.
Kelli Wisner-Frank balances strategic risks and growth at Community Choice CU.
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Sarah Snell Cooke
The art of making someone care about your story your credit union's story is lacking.
Thomas Renz, president of $35 million Commodore Perry FCU shares ideas to help credit unions compete.
Bethpage FCU takes proactive steps to introduce supplemental capital legislation that now has momentum.
Credit union leaders and other stakeholders should proceed with caution when asking Congress for field of membership changes.
Tuscaloosa Credit Union customizes solutions for the financially neglected.