BLOOMINGTON, Ind.–Thieves who are suspected of having bought information on the dark web have hit credit unions in two states, including one suspect who spent $5 and was able to steal more than $4,000.
LAS VEGAS–America First Credit Union said it has entered into an “expansive partnership” with the soon to be Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League.
ARLINGTON, Va.—On a seasonally-adjusted basis, overall consumer prices increased 0.3% in July, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics reporting the overall consumer price index (CPI) grew 1.8% over the 12-month period.
INDIANAPOLIS–Indiana Members Credit Union announced it is acquiring Evansville, Ind.-based Commerce Bank.
WASHINGTON—The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has announced adjusted threshold amounts for several provisions in Regulation Z, which implements the Truth in Lending Act (TILA).
AUSTIN, Texas – Amplify Credit Union announced CEO Paul Trylko plans to retire at year-end and that it has selected a successor. The credit union said it has chosen Executive Vice President Kendall Garrison to lead the organization effective Jan. 1, 2020.
TAMPA, Fla.–One employee of GTE Financial Credit Union is marking her 55th anniversary with the credit union.
SLIDELL, Louisiana–St. Tammany FCU here has expanded its youth-oriented offerings by expanding into local schools—and it is using its own school bus to do so.
BATAVIA, N.Y.—Tonawanda Valley Federal Credit Union here has joined CU REVL LLC, a Texas-based CUSO, as a referral affiliate.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Consumers in Asian-Pacific countries are some of the most advanced when it comes to digital engagement with financial services, with 73% of consumers believing they should be able to accomplish any financial task on a mobile device, a new report shows.