KOLOA, Kauai–The early bird deadline to register for the Volunteer Leadership Institute (VLI) Hawaii is approaching.
WASHINGTON—CUNA has launched its latest Member Activation Program (MAP) campaign, calling on credit unions to make Congress aware there cannot be data privacy without data security.
FOSTER CITY, Calif.—Visa is rolling out a platform to help its engineers quickly test advanced artificial-intelligence algorithms aimed at detecting and preventing credit-card fraud.
PURCHASE, N.Y.—Mastercard is aiming to build a cryptocurrency development team, according to the company’s active job listings.
NEW YORK—Hackers based in North Korea have been able to steal an estimated $2 billion using cyberattacks on international financial and crypto organizations, according to a new report, which said the funds have been put toward development of its nuclear program.
WASHINGTON—The Financial Accounting Services Board (FASB) has issued a delay to the current expected credit loss (CECL) standard by an additional year – until 2023 – for not-for-profits, including credit unions.
WASHINGTON–Five federal agencies, including NCUA, have responded to a letter from Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) that sought clarification on banking hemp businesses, such as those that manufacture or sell CBD-related products.
SAN FRANCISCO–State regulators here got an update from NCUA on everything from plans for a subordinated debt rule and expanded powers for CUSOs to what to do about disclosure-related rules around mergers—where some regulators want to see conflicts in the rules addressed.
SAN FRANCISCO–If you face a crisis today and will have to wing it when it comes to responding, you’ve just set yourself up for a second—and perhaps even bigger—crisis, according to one person.
MADISON, Wis.—Seventy-nine percent of organizations feel only “a little bit” or not prepared for an active shooter incident, reports CUNA Mutual Group, saying that preparing for an active shooter is something all credit unions need to take seriously.