MADISON, Wis.—A delegation of U.S. credit union and trade group executives has wrapped up its week-long tour of Australia.
WASHINGTON–The Federal Reserve has released an extensive look at its history. The Fed has released transcripts of more than 50 interviews with former Federal Reserve chairs, board members and other professional staff that chronicles the history of the central bank.
APPLETON, Wis.–Fox Communities CU has agreed to become the presenting sponsor of the Mile of Music here, a festival that launched in 2013.
WASHINGTON–CUNA’s Small Credit Union Committee has sent a letter to NCUA regarding merger trends and the current expected credit loss (CECL) standard.
WASHINGTON–The credit union trade groups believe a new Trump Administration memo requiring independent federal agencies such as NCUA to submit any rules or guidance for review ahead of approval of Congress could be a good thing, although there are concerns over the potential effect on the agency’s ongoing independence.
WASHINGTON–Both the House and the Senate are in recess for two weeks and both trade groups are urging credit unions to meet with senators and congressmen in their home states and districts.
SAN DIEGO–Credit unions and CUSOs here were told that even if tighter laws around privacy and data security aren’t yet here, they’re coming—and they need to be ready.
SAN DIEGO–Considering the launch of a CUSO, whether it’s just your credit union or a small group of credit unions?
WASHINGTON—The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has released its Winter 2019 Supervisory Highlights, detailing issues currently on the Bureau’s radar, as well as enforcement trends credit unions should be mindful of.
NEW YORK—JP Morgan Chase announced it is expanding its retail footprint into nine of the top U.S. markets, as well as opening dozens of new locations in the greater Washington, D.C area, Philadelphia and Boston.