GENEVA, Switzerland–Even as numerous companies announce they are withdrawing from the Libra Association created by Facebook to help lead the company’s cryptocurrency initiative, a top executive with the Association said he is “confident” 100 members will join the group by the time the digital currency launches.
WASHINGTON—The Federal Reserve reported that 188 credit unions borrowed from its discount window 255 times during the third quarter of 2017.
WASHINGTON — New data show credit unions in Alaska, Idaho and Washington led the nation in deposit market share during the second quarter.
WASHINGTON–CUNA has sent separate letters to the House and Senate in support of a $2 million funding level for the Community Development Revolving Loan Fund (CDRLF) in fiscal year 2020, which is the same amount it has received every year since 2015, the trade group noted.
MEDFORD, N.Y.–For the fourth year in a row, the vice president at a credit union here ran the equivalent of seven marathons over seven days to raise money in support of veterans.
WASHINGTON—NAFCU and CUNA have each filed comment letters with the CFPB offering suggestions for reducing HMDA compliance burden.
PEWAUKEE, Wis. – Credit union professionals from the Midwest were provided with CU-specific economic insights as well as updates on fiscal policy, market opportunity, risk management, growth planning and more during Corporate Central’s 2019 Economic Outlook Conference here. The meeting was held at the Ingleside Hotel.
MADISON, Wis. – As part of National Retirement Security Week beginning Oct. 21, CUNA Mutual Retirement Solutions said it will provide plan participants with a set of tools to help them reflect on their personal savings journeys and make sure they are on target to reach their retirement goals.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla..— NICE Actimize has been chosen by PSCU to modernize its expanding payments operations by using ActOne Extend, NICE Actimize’s automated and AI-powered investigations and case management platform, PSCU said.
GREENVILLE, S.C.–A competition has been launched where one credit union with less than $100 million will be selected for a free “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get one-on-one strategic, executive, marketing and public relations advice and services.”