NCUA Eases Secondary Capital Supervisory Policies

Changes make it easier for low-income credit unions to obtain secondary capital and give investors greater clarity.

Mortgage Broker Targeting U.S. Service Members Will Pay Record $7.5 Million to Settle Alleged Telemarketing Violations

The FTC cracked down on a mortgage broker by imposing a multi-million dollar fine. As today’s Compliance Update details, Mortgage Investors Corporation allegedly violated the “do not call” list and misrepresented terms of its loan products.

The Cost of Waiting

Gary Tantleff, managing director of investments at The Credit Union Advisory Group at UBS, warns against the dangers of waiting to invest.

Will the US Debt Downgrade Result in an influx of Cash Deposits in Credit Unions?

Standard and Poor’s downgrade of the U.S. credit rating is causing stress as Americans wonder whether cash deposits are safer havens for their money than the volatile stock market. This could present a challenge for credit unions.

The Knowledge Curve: Quantifying the Value in Disciplined Investing

One of the most intriguing similarities among credit union management teams is their lack of awareness with regards to the wide disparity between top performing investment portfolios and bottom performing investment portfolios.