"Endless action" is how CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan described the first three months of the 114th Congress, which has seen hearings in both chambers on regulatory relief, patent reform and data security, and more than 54 letters sent by CUNA to lawmakers on those and other topics.
One hundred fifty-three low-income credit unions will receive a total of $520,440 through the first Community Development Revolving Loan Fund grant round in 2015, the National Credit union Administration announced Wednesday.
An article about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's plan to eliminate payday lending "debt traps" was the most-read
article in March.
The secret is out in Ohio: Credit unions offer consumers a great deal on financial services, according to a March 27
Dayton Daily News
Credit union advocates from throughout Oregon swarmed the offices of all 90 state legislators this week for the Northwest Credit Union Association's annual Credit Union Day at the Capitol.
The World Council of Credit Unions applauded the Financial Action Task Force's efforts to address financial institution customer "de-risking" during a forum held in Brussels last week.