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Compliance Center: CFPB’s Navy Federal Credit Union Consent Order

Insight into the CFPB order for improper debt collection, along with your Compliance question answered, and legal briefs from the federal landscape.

Compliance Center: FFIEC Issues Interbank Messaging and Wholesale Payment Network Advisory Statement

FFIEC recently released a statement advising financial institutions that actively manage the risks associated with interbank messaging and wholesale payment networks.

Regulatory Call to Action: NCUA’s FOM Proposal Comment Deadline is February 8

Credit unions are being called to action in support of NCUA’s field of membership (FOM) proposal by the February 8 deadline. The bank lobby has piled on anti credit union rhetoric to deny consumers access to affordable financial services.

Regulatory Call to Action: NCUA’s FOM Proposal Comment Deadline is February 8

Credit unions are being called to action in support of NCUA’s field of membership (FOM) proposal by the February 8 deadline. The bank lobby has piled on anti credit union rhetoric to deny consumers access to affordable financial services.

Foster-Keddie Assumes Chairmanship of CFPB Credit Union Advisory Council

The Council was created to give the CFPB direct feedback from credit unions on the impact of regulation on credit unions’ daily operations.

Help Roll Back Regulatory Burden

CUNA is recruiting 150 credit unions to take part in a landmark study on the rising costs of unnecessary regulatory burden, the results of which will be powerful tools to advocate for regulatory relief.

Compliance Center: HUD Issues Guidance on Multifamily Assisted and Insured Housing Based on Equal Access to Housing Rule

HUD’s guidance aims to avoid discrimination against LGBT Americans; your question answered on NCUA’s record retention regs; plus this week’s legal briefs.

Solarity CEO Meets With State Representatives in Washington D.C.

Solarity Credit Union’s Mina Worthington reflects on her time in our nation’s capital and what it showed her about the future of the credit union movement.

CUNA Sends Field of Membership Reform Recommendations to NCUA

In an important letter to the NCUA, CUNA laid out detailed recommendations for the reform of field of membership requirements.

Oregon Legislative Update: First Deadline in Oregon Capitol Reached

With credit union bills already passed houses of origin and moving forward, the first critical deadline of the legislative season leaves other bills ‘dead.’

Millennials & Member Experience: CO-OP’s Top Ideas from 2014

Read the year’s top posts on connecting with millennials and reinvigorating your member experience, complements of CO-OP.

Credit Unions Serve Their Communities, Add Members With Bank On Oregon

The collaborative program helps Oregon consumers connect with local financial institutions that offer safe, affordable services.

Rivermark Brings Next-Gen Technology to Gresham Branch

Video tellers, a technology bar, and an 11-foot digital wall are helping Rivermark Community Credit Union increase efficiency and offer extended hours.

For Elfcu, CO-OP Debit Processing Opens the Door to a World of Access for Members

Debit card processing anchors the PFI experience at Elfcu, but the service doesn’t stop there. Elfcu’s relationship with CO-OP enables a world of access, from CO-OP Shared Branching to CO-OP ATMs, mobile deposits, credit processing, a member call center and more.

World Council Makes Credit Union Services Available to 1.4 Million People in Rural Mexico

The World Council of Credit Unions has become a worldwide leader in financial inclusion, most recently transforming the lives of nearly 1.4 million people in rural Mexico. In this guest article, Matt Garcia reports on the impact the WOCCU, new technologies and Mexico’s credit unions are having in Mexico.

Gesa Credit Union Offers P2P to Members

In partnership with MAP, Gesa Credit Union has introduced a person-to-person payment system allowing members to send and receive money in a matter of minutes, through their phones or online.

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer Agrees to Co-Sponsor Supplemental Capital Bill

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer will add his name to the Capital Access for Small Businesses and Jobs Act, becoming the fifth member of the Northwest congressional delegation to support giving credit unions access to supplemental capital.

Bank On Oregon Hopes to Serve Unbanked, Under-Banked Consumers Across the State

Credit unions, banks, government agencies and nonprofit organizations are banding together to create a statewide Bank On program in Oregon that would increase access to financial services for the state’s unbanked and under-banked consumers.