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.
On Tuesday, Feb. 28, guests gathered at the Renaissance Washington during CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference for CU Times’ 12th Annual Trailblazer Awards reception to honor the shining stars of the credit union industry. This year, CU Times honored five executives, one volunteer and two credit unions for their outstanding service...
Former Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.) was fond of saying, “I’ll let you write the substance ... you let me write the procedure, and I’ll screw you every time.”
Survey says competitive benefits packages not enough for many young employees carrying serious student debt.
CO-OP Financial Services strikes an ATM deal with 7-Eleven.
Newly-passed legislation gives Trump tighter control of independent agencies' rule-making process.
Technology collaboration with credit unions to accelerate real-time payments.
Real estate lending continues strong growth as homeowners continue to refinance.
A new study shows a 79% spike in fraud risk for online consumers.
The just-released DOL proposal includes a 15-day comment period.
Trump ignores the topic of Dodd-Frank Tuesday, but Republicans are still hopeful for an overhaul.
California CU and North Island FCU, both in Southern California, have merged.
Fiserv survey shows millennials access mobile banking three times more than other generations.
Making sense of the Trump administration chaos for credit union leaders.
CUNA's leader, Jim Nussle, sits down with CU Times at the GAC to discuss concerns, Congress and compromise.
Politics took a backseat to credit union cybersecurity concerns at GAC.
Credit unions, dealers and the CU Direct team have an official place to test and prototype lending technology ideas.
CUNA Council announces credit union Excellence Award winners at GAC.