LIBERTY LAKE, Wash.—Washington-based CUSO, CU*NorthWest, said it is moving to a new era of technical services and has recently announced the first native product and technical service offering from the company.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif.—CO-OP Financial Services is re-launching CO-OP Mobile.
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—NCUA is now accepting public comments on the list of regulations the agency will review in 2015. Comments are due by Aug. 3.
WASHINGTON—Congress has two hearings scheduled this week that are aimed at addressing regulatory relief.
RALEIGH, N.C. – SECU said it waived $5.6 million in non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees and more than $333,000 in overdraft transfer fees during 2014 as a result of its “Another Chance” program. Moreover, SECU said it paid through its Another Chance program more than 381,000 items that would have been returned as NSFs with $14 million in potential charges.
CASPER, Wyo.—A young man who had done odd jobs in a branch, a lucky guess, a missing phone cable and a credit union that had not changed the very simple code on its vault in more than a decade all came together to contribute to the theft of nearly $50,000.
A Robbery As Easy As 1-2-3-4-5-6
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—In a move to expand CU member business lending, NCUA is partnering with the U.S. Small Business Administration on a series of educational initiatives.
PLANO, Texas—Catalyst Corporate FCU has opened online registration for its annual Accelerating Success Conference, set for April 30 and May 1 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
MADISON, Wis.–Students who cannot completely pay for college themselves and require student loans to earn the degree are an opportunity for credit unions, according to a new study from the Filene Research Institute.
NEW YORK — A new report examines the financial lives of the very poor, those with annual household incomes below $20,000.