Credit Union Times Magazine-March 18, 2015

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  • People

    Peter Westerman

    The $1 billion Jeanne DArc Credit Union hired Barry Cohen as its vice president of operations and Rose Ruggiero as assistant vice president of collections. Cohen holds 16 years of experience in the financial services industry as well as extensive experience in operations management. Ruggiero has 26 years of experience...

  • Denver Fraud Ring Indicted

    Peter Westerman

    Two women who led a fraud ring that targeted four credit unions, eight banks and other businesses throughout the Denver metro area for more than a year were indicted on March 5.

  • Paydiant Acquisition

    Roy Urrico

    The pending acquisition of mobile-payment developer Paydiant by PayPal will help empower credit unions, consumers and merchants, CU Wallet said.

  • Hopeful Regs Hamstring Consumers

    Michael Muckian

    WASHINGTON - The CFPB's mission is to shield consumers from unfair financial treatment. That intent is, after all, part of the federal bureau's name.

  • NCUA Plans to Modernize Exam Platform

    Peter Strozniak

    WASHINGTON - Larry Fazio, director of the NCUA Office of Examination and Insurance, said the federal agency will be modernizing AIRES, its technology platform used to conduct exams that will feature a new portal enabling examiners and credit unions to exchange information.

  • McWatters Talks Fraud, Budget Hearings

    Nicholas Ballasy

    WASHINGTON - NCUA Board Member J. Mark McWatters called for the NCUA to put more effort toward preventingfraud rather than issuing new rules and regulations.

  • Human Resources: Focus Report

    Peter Westerman

    Credit unions have been trying creative ways to attract and retain qualified employees, including a unique employee concierge service. Meanwhile, millennials who crashed GAC used the event to further their careers. Find out how in this Focus Report.

  • Fleischer Says GOP Senate Could Bring Reg Relief

    Nicholas Ballasy

    WASHINGTON - Ari Fleischer, former White House Press Secretary under former President George W. Bush, said the Republican-controlled Senate could help the credit union regulatory relief agenda.

  • Suncoast Champions CDFI Fund

    Tonya Knudesn

    Credit unions in Florida may be able to obtain certification as community development financial institutions thanks to funding from the $6 billion Suncoast Credit Union and the efforts of the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions.

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