WASHINGTON–Credit unions were given an update on the status of its national awareness campaign, “Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union.”
WASHINGTON—Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) believes Washington can learn from credit unions how to break the gridlock on Capitol Hill.
WASHINGTON–CUNA has a new chairman and executive committee following elections results announced during its Governmental Affairs Conference here.
MARLBOROUGH, Mass. — The Cooperative Credit Union Association has named a new president/CEO.
WASHINGTON–CUNA has sent a pair of letters to Capitol Hill this week, one related to the CFPB, and the other to loan maturity increases.
WASHINGTON—During a “listening session” with the Department of Justice (DOJ), NAFCU and more than a dozen member credit unions urged the DOJ to provide guidance on website accessibility requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
ARLINGTON, Va.—Total retail sales increased 0.2% in January. NAFCU Chief Economist and Vice President of Research Curt Long noted that wage growth will be a key factor to watch regarding overall consumer spending and economic activity in 2019.
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Postal Service should not be in the financial services business, according to one CU trade group.
WASHINGTON—U.S. credit card debt hit $870 billion, the highest total ever, as of December 2018, according to the data from the Federal Reserve.
BREWER, Maine–When will the giant pile of snow ever melt?