CUNA, with the generous support of CUNA Mutual Group and CO-OP Financial Services, was able to secure the rights to the .creditunion domain from the Internet Corp. for Assigned Names and Numbers. Beginning this summer, credit unions will be able to register and use a .creditunion domain name of their choice to serve as a trusted source identifier on the internet for their members.
CUNA Lending eSchool has officially been set for Aug. 1-29. Nine sessions will cover current issues in credit union lending to provide lending professionals the opportunity to broaden and update their lending expertise.
CUNA and Rochdale Paragon Group are teaming up for a three-part enterprise risk management webinar series. Beginning Jan. 31, the program offers an introduction to ERM, a business discipline that helps organizations identify and respond to risk.
Thirteen credit unions are participating in the Filene Research Institute non-citizen lending program that offers consumer lending products—including credit cards, personal loans, and vehicle loans—to non-citizens with the same rates as traditional consumer lending products.
The January 2017 edition of CUNA Economic Update is now available. Sponsored by CUNA CFO Council, this month’s edition is hosted by Mike Schenk, CUNA vice president of economics and statistics, and covers CUNA’s most recent forecasts for 2017, which offer a slightly improved outlook for growth and credit union operating results.
Election results for the District 1, Class A contested election for the CUNA Board were announced Monday, and Maria A. LaVelle, CEO, Westmoreland Community FCU, Greensburg, Pa., was declared the winner.
CUNA is urging credit union CEOs to provide input concerning which past and proposed rules from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are most hindering their credit union’s abilities to best serve their members.
In the spirit of people helping people, attendees of the 2017 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference can take part in the conference's first-ever giveback event that will benefit a local child and family development center in Washington, D.C.
CUNA’s compliance staff went back to basics in a recent CompBlog entry examining floor rates on variable-rate open-end loans. These rates are governed by the Credit Card Accountability and Disclosure (CARD) Act.