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  • TEst news scheduled for 2-3 11:45 am (Wednesday, February 3, 2016)
    This is a summary for the news scheudled for 2/3 at 11:45 a.m. This is what shows on NT and in site search and news page.
  • NCUA issues 4 prohibition orders in July (Wednesday, December 30, 2015)
    NCUA issued four prohibition orders in July to bar individuals previously associated with credit unions from any future participation in the affairs of a federally insured financial institution.
  • TESTing 120915 (Wednesday, December 9, 2015)
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  • Testing News - Kirstin (Wednesday, November 18, 2015)
    ACI Worldwide research shows that the theft of payment card data used for online purchases is likely to rise during the holiday season in response to the increased use of chip cards for in-store purchases.
  • 43rd CU Cherry Blossom run draws more than 15,000 - TEST (Wednesday, November 18, 2015)
    Sunday’s Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run drew nearly 18,000 runners, including NAFCU staff, to the Washington Monument grounds for a competition benefiting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
  • Fourth Corner CU sues Fed, NCUA (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    The Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank and NCUA were sued in federal district court Thursday by Fourth Corner Credit Union, a state-chartered credit union in Denver that was formed last November to serve legitimate marijuana businesses.
  • NAFCU continues to add new members (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    Eleven credit unions have joined NAFCU over the past couple of weeks, a sign that credit unions are looking for real value and like what they see coming from NAFCU, said association President and CEO Dan Berger.
  • O'Brien: Advocacy continues thru Congress' August recess (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    NAFCU Director of Political Affairs Dan O’Brien, in a Credit Union Times editorial, reminded credit union representatives Friday that credit union advocacy does not stop when lawmakers go home for their August recess.
  • NAFCU Risk Management Seminar kicks off in Denver (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    Credit union professionals from around the country have gathered for NAFCU's first-ever Risk Management Seminar, which begins today at the Grand Hyatt Denver.
  • Compliance Cyber Café enewsletter launches today (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    Credit unions can now get a collection of the latest cyber developments and related items from the perspective of a compliance officer with the launch of the association's new Compliance Cyber Café enewsletter.
  • Labor costs growing at slowest pace in 30 years (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    Labor costs, including wages and benefits, grew at the slowest pace during the second quarter of 2015 in more than 30 years, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal Friday.
  • Heck, Miller confirmed for Defense CU Summit (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    Reps. Joe Heck, R-Nev., and Jeff Miller, R-Fla., have been confirmed as speakers for NAFCU's Defense Credit Union Summit, which will be held Sept. 16 in conjunction with the association's Congressional Caucus in Washington.
  • CFPB to talk financial management for seniors (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    CFPB will hold an event focusing on financial management for seniors and their caregivers Aug. 17 in Springfield, Va. The event will be livestreamed on the bureau's website.
  • Hackers using DDoS threat to extort money from financial institutions (Monday, August 3, 2015)
    MarketWatch reported Friday that hackers are using the threat of a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack to extort money from large banks and financial services companies.
  • Short-term highway fix clears, omits NAFCU-opposed g-fee use (Friday, July 31, 2015)
    The Senate, voting 91-4, on Thursday cleared a short-term highway bill that – as strongly urged by NAFCU – eliminates the use of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac guarantee fees (g-fees) from offsetting revenue provisions.
  • Compliance Blog: CFPB OK with revised loan estimates (Friday, July 31, 2015)
    In a NAFCU Compliance Blog post today, Senior Regulatory Compliance Counsel Brandy Bruyere discusses whether mortgage closing cost estimates offered in "good faith" can be revised and presented again to consumers for informational purposes under CFPB's Truth in Lending Act/Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act integrated disclosure rule.
  • FHFA: Mortgage interest rate up to 3.85% in June (Friday, July 31, 2015)
    The Federal Housing Finance Agency announced that the average interest rate on mortgage loans was up 10 basis points from 3.75 percent in May to 3.85 percent in June.
  • GDP growth slightly below Q2 expectations at 2.3% (Friday, July 31, 2015)
    Gross domestic product growth for the second quarter was slightly below expectations, ending at 2.3 percent, but first-quarter GDP growth was revised upward from -0.2 percent to 0.6 percent.
  • CFPB orders mortgage company to pay $1.5M (Friday, July 31, 2015)
    CFPB ordered a Texas-based mortgage company to pay $1.5 million in restitution to consumers victimized when the company blocked attempts to save their homes from foreclosure.
  • NCUA video gives education on payday loans, alternatives (Thursday, July 30, 2015)
    NCUA's new video, "Understanding Payday Loans," released yesterday provides consumers with an overview of how payday loans work and highlights payday alternative loans available to members of federal credit unions that offer them under NCUA regulation.
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