VIENNA, Va.—The $91.7-billion Navy FCU announced that Mary McDuffie will become the CU’s new president and CEO in January of 2019.
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The NCUA board Thursday approved by a 2-0 vote a one-year delay in the implementation of its risk based capital rule.
WASHINGTON – Following NCUA’s approval Thursday of a one-year delay in the effective date of its risk based capital rule, both CUNA and NAFCU still say a longer extension is needed.
WASHINGTON–The Credit Union Legislative Action Council (CULAC), which is CUNA’s PAC, said it is launching its first round of independent expenditures (IEs) for the 2018 midterm election cycle this week, including one expenditure of more than a half-million dollars.
TACOMA, Wash.–Despite all its promise, there is a “dark side” to the future of artificial intelligence, according to one person.
TACOMA, Wash.–Artificial intelligence poses some threats, as any technology does, but it really holds much more promise for both credit unions and humanity, according to one person.
TACOMA, Wash.–Everyone is tired and busy, so suck it up and stop complaining–and Yelping.
ATLANTA—Good news for lenders—car shoppers are financing more at the mid-way point of 2018 compared to the record-setting sales in 2016, Equifax reports.
CINCINNATI—Car lease credit applicants registered a 69.8% approval rate in September, a 3.9% drop from the August rate of 72.6%, according to a new report.
WASHINGTON—Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Acting Director Mick Mulvaney said the Bureau is working on a rulemaking to better clarify its definition of unfair, deceptive or abusive acts or practices (UDAAP).