Al Lewis, who writes columns for The Wall Street Journal Sunday and MarketWatch, is watching big banks' reaction to Rep. Dave Camp's (R-Mich.) draft proposal for tax code reforms and does not seem amused. More
The increased presence of credit unions in the auto lending market caught the eye of industry publication Automotive News. More
Continuing to add resources for credit unions to its Risk-Based Capital Action Center webpage, CUNA posted a new video Wednesday that can help credit unions in three ways. More
A Tennessee-based credit union has put a new twist on member business loans, though to some reality television viewers the concept might already be familiar. More
Even with the change in its forward guidance, the Federal Open Market Committee repeated that the interest rate will stay low for a "considerable time," possibly well into 2015, keeping credit unions' cost of funds low, according to a CUNA economist. More
The Credit Union League of Connecticut got what it was working toward, as a bill that would deliver sales and use tax exemptions to the state's credit unions moved closer to ratification this week. More
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Big Data, Bitcoin, Mobile Payments - what does it all mean, where is it going and how can you stay one step ahead? Meet with top providers and more than 20 of the largest credit unions in the nation at CUNA Payments Roundtable, May 5-6, 2014 in Las Vegas, for discussions to explore the implications for the new era of payments systems and shape our industry’s approach to payments as a whole.
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