MIDLAND, Mich. – Dow Chemical Employees’ Credit Union has announced it is paying out $19.4 million as part of its Member Giveback for 2018, with funds being returned to members in the form of rebates and rewards.
SEATAC, Wash.–Credit unions in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington delivered $7.8 billion in economic support to their states’ economies last year, according to a new report from ECONorthwest, the region’s largest economic consulting firm.
AMARILLO, Texas — Amarillo Community Credit Union has named a new president/CEO.
AUSTIN, Texas–Kerry A.S. Parker, CEO of A+ Federal Credit Union, has announced her retirement effective in mid-2019.
WASHINGTON–In advance of a congressional hearing yesterday on elder fraud, CUNA sent a letter to the Senate Special Committee on Aging stressing resources credit unions have made available to fight the problem.
WASHINGTON—The Federal Housing Finance Agency won't defend the constitutionality of its structure, according to a brief filed this week in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
TYSONS, Va.—PenFed Credit Union has rolled out new contactless Visa cards across its credit and debit portfolio, giving members the ability to tap to pay at checkout.
BEIJING, China—The Chinese government has approved a policy that will require all users of blockchain-based services to register their real identities with the authorities, in contrast with the technology’s reputation for safeguarding anonymity.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.–Ent Credit Union has announced plans to develop a new, 300,000-plus square-foot headquarters in northern Colorado Springs on more than 20 acres of land at The Campus at Foothills Farm, a La Plata Communities development near I-25 and Interquest Parkway.
TORONTO–Ontario’s credit unions have been given the OK to take part in group loans that are being offered by banks.