World Council of Credit Unions Announces 2016 CU Day Theme

This year’s International Credit Union Day theme will illustrate the nine principles that separate credit unions from other financial institutions.

Small Loan Makes Lifelong Memory for High School Couple

With homecoming approaching, one high school student decided to make it a special night. All he needed was a small loan from his credit union.

CFPB Makes Consumer Complaint Stories Public

The bureau says that making these stories public empowers consumers and informs the bureau, the public and financial institutions.

NCUA Issues Regulatory Alert Regarding HOEPA Rule

The National Credit Union Administration has issued a regulatory alert to all federally insured credit unions focusing on the new Homeownership Counseling and Consumer Protection Requirements under HOEPA requirements that go into effect on Friday, Jan. 10.

Nurturing Emotional Ownership Makes for a Stronger Organization

While economic conditions may be improving, credit unions continue to face challenges that can only be overcome with a completely dedicated workforce.

NWCUA Board Chair Makes National Case for Supplemental Capital

The Hill, considered a must-read for federal lawmakers, showcased the work this week of NWCUA Board Chair Debie Keesee, publishing her op-ed piece supporting supplemental capital.