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For John Oliver's team, buying medical debt was a cheap way to get patients' Social Security numbers.
Ignoring Metsger’s request to let the NCUA handle exam cycle adjustments, Rep. Guinta introduces new legislation.
In one year ending in Q1 2016, median loan growth equals 4.5% at credit unions nationwide.
U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia sets Aug. 25 to hear NAFA DOL suit; ACLI, NAIFA file third suit.
If approved, the league’s merger with the Cooperative association will form the first four-state league.
In a fraud survey, a small percentage of CU Times readers say they educate members on fraud prevention.
Economists say the Fed’s decision not to raise rates means more of the same for CUs, including unhappy savers.
New service allows FIs to release their own app with card management services.
Christopher Hetner will serve as a senior advisor to SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White on all cybersecurity policy matters.
Expert says a lack of internal controls at Clarkston Brandon Community CU enabled Michael A. LaJoice’s 13-year scheme.
The CFP board aims to break down a key barrier for women entering the financial planning profession: Lack of mentorship.
The board will receive a staff briefing on adding S to CAMEL at its June 16 meeting.
A bill requiring the CFPB to conduct a study on proposed payday lending rules moves to the House floor.
Shelby refuses an offer to discharge the Senate Banking Committee from considering the nomination.
In a letter to Rep. Guinta, the NCUA Chairman says the agency will adjust the cycle for healthy CUs within two months.
Since 2012, 10 credit unions have bought 11 banks; this year, two deals were announced and one was completed.
A report urges the bureau to study the arbitration issue further and consider how the rules might affect credit unions.
Facebook users have harsh words for the CU that let the convicted Stanford student’s father set up a support fund.
The $1B South Dakota credit union recounts how it settled on Samaha & Associates as a core system partner.