ALEXANDRIA, Va.–The newly reconstituted NCUA board has put out for comment Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) on Compensation in Connection with Loans to Members.
MADISON, Wis.–After a torrid start to 2018, perhaps it’s no surprise credit union membership gains have slowed significantly during the first two years of 2019 when compared with one year earlier, a newly released analysis shows.
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, DC – The Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) jumped 5.5 points in March to 89.8, reversing last month’s slight decline and reaching its highest point since June 2018, according to Fannie Mae.
FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla.—The recent cyberattack on enterprise technology provider Citrix Systems using a technique known as password spraying highlights a major problem passwords pose for companies, a new report states.
WASHINGTON—CUNA is making available “toolkits” for its member CUs and the leagues to use to combat banker attacks on the credit union tax exemption.
NEW YORK—American’s confidence in the economy is showing itself in the amount of interest they are willing to pay on their rising credit card debt, a new report suggests.
STUDIO CITY, Calif.–The wife of the CEO who allegedly embezzled $40 million from a credit union is an actress and singer with a number of slickly produced videos and small movie roles to her credit.
WASHINGTON/SACRAMENTO, Calif.–The credit union-sponsored races and other events that raise money for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals took place on Sunday on both coasts, raising more than $600,000 in total.
STUDIO CITY, Calif.–The police report and search warrant filed in the arrest of the CEO charged for alleged embezzlement at a credit union here show how quickly authorities sought to move out of fear the suspect might destroy evidence.