As National Financial Literacy Month winds down, Credit Union 1 of Anchorage, Alaska, provides an example of how credit unions move beyond their memberships when it comes to serving their communities.
A bill that would reform federal examinations of financial institutions is a strong step forward ensuring fair exams are conducted by federal regulators, CUNA believes.
Consumers trust their financial institutions to safeguard their personal data far more than any other type of organization, according to a recent report from Accenture.
A provision added to the National Defense Authorization Act would delay implementation of changes to certain rules under the Military Lending Act, until a report on the effects of those changes on servicemembers is prepared.
The judge overseeing matters related to the Target breach did not rule Monday on whether to approve the motion filed by financial institutions to block part of the $19 million settlement recently reached between by Target and MasterCard.
Bills updating credit union laws in two states were signed by their respective governors over the past few days.
The Targeting Rogue and Opaque Letters Act would not address core problems presented by patent assertion entities, CUNA and other financial trade organizations told U.S. House members today before the bill is marked up by the House Energy and Commerce committee.
CUNA anticipates the National Credit Union Administration will issue a finalized version of its revised risk-based capital proposal (RBC2) in late 2015 at the earliest.
Time will tell if last week's launch of the Apple Watch marks a new era in consumer electronics. But there are credit unions among the businesses who want to serve consumers through Apple's latest attempt to raise the digital bar.
A recent article on <em>CreditCards.com</em> highlighted how credit unions offer credit-builder loans to help consumers establish or boost their credit profile.