The Path to Reg Relief
History suggests that in the eighth year of a presidency, the amount of regulatory activity—as evidenced by Federal Register entries—increases 26% over the average of the presidency’s first seven years. CUNA looks at what might be coming down the pike from key regulatory bodies.
Changing Lives, Strengthening Communities
Each year, Credit Union Magazine honors some of the movement’s heroes—those individuals who relentlessly promote the CU philosophy, dedicate themselves to CU principles, and make a difference in their communities. Meet our 2016 CU Heroes.
Social Media: Does it Pay to Play?
Leading CUs embrace social media to build stronger connections with members. But do these efforts grow the bottom line? You can measure social media success in a variety of ways, according to CU social media experts.
6 Traits of an Effective Supervisory Committee
In the CU ecosystem, the supervisory committee serves as the eyes and ears of the membership to make sure the board acts in the best interest of the members. Learn six characteristics of an effective supervisory committee.
The nation is unprepared for a major cyberattack, says journalist Ted Koppel.
We must elevate our commitment to making a difference in our members’ lives.
The New Year brought renewed concern over slower growth in China.
ADVANCING THE VISION
Story walls at CUNA GAC showcase CUs’ community impact.
Greylock FCU President/CEO John Bissell leads CU to CDFI designation.
CFPB issues fact sheet on construction loans and TILARESPA integrated disclosures.
CYBERSECURITY AGAIN HEADLINES NCUA PRIORITIES
Expect the agency to ensure compliance with its CUSO regulation, too.
RULE MODIFIES, RETAINS HMDA DATA POINTS
Some Reg C reporting requirements change significantly.
TWENTYFOUR / SEVEN
CU’s small donation generates great goodwill.
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Harness internal and external resources to best capitalize on your data.
CREDIT UNIONS FOR KIDS
CMN Hospitals CEO John Lauck thanks CUs for $150 million in donations.
Six issues even 535 members of Congress can agree upon.