Suspect James Theron Brown is caught attempting to complete a fraudulent loan transaction.
Deciding to modify or kill the fiduciary rule "will be much slower than people think."
Business lending for many credit unions is growing due to personal lending relationships.
A lawsuit filed appears to point to Trump's opposition of the CFPB.
The tech company, Smart Card Alliance changes its name to Secure Technology Alliance and expands its charter.
A new survey reveals that people with money problems are less likely to reach out to financial professionals for help.
Officials double down on their criticism of the CFPB.
Fintech charter plans are moving forward with the Office of Comptroller of the Currency.
Credit union members and other banking consumers are willing to pay for digital banking services.
A possible solution to the growing retirement problems facing members and many Americans.
The NCUA reports strong credit union growth in Q4 of 2016.
Credit unions looking for technology to fit today's digital oriented and member-centric world.
Professionals from seven credit unions take the next step in their careers.
Two former credit union are sentenced to prison; one for one day, another for two years.
See six tax-related schemes your credit union should watch out for in the coming weeks.
In a mobile world, branches and call centers close more deals for financial consumers.
NAFCU leadership asks FSOC to void new regulations issued by the CFPB.
Christine Darley, former CEO of a merged Nebraska credit union, allegedly embezzles $535k.
More than 80% of Americans know very little about the CFPB, according to a CreditCards.com survey.