Credit unions

Absentee-voting service at Okla. banks, credit unions extended

09/18/20

A collaboration between the two industries to help voters cast absentee ballots has been approved to continue through the general election.

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Coronavirus could lead some credit union members to jump ship

09/18/20

The competition has leading-edge technology, but consumers may be looking for more than just bells and whistles when choosing where to do their banking.

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Credit unions to pay $1.5B to bolster NCUA’s deposit insurance fund

09/17/20

A historic influx of deposits has brought the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund’s equity ratio close to the point where premiums would be required, but the regulator’s plan is intended to boost it.

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COVID taking a toll: 8 takeaways from NCUA’s Q2 state-level data

09/17/20

Second-quarter figures from the credit union regulator paint a grim picture for many states across a variety of key earnings metrics.

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NCUA awards credit unions $3.7M in grants and loans for pandemic relief

09/16/20

More than 160 institutions will use the money to help members weather the coronavirus by offering new products and providing help with loan payments.

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Late-summer spending edges closer to normal: CO-OP

09/16/20

New analysis from CO-OP Financial Services showed credit union members veering closer to traditional card usage, but the lack of additional pandemic relief could hamper interchange growth this fall.

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NCUA’s Harper warns of possible premiums as Hood teases new department

09/15/20

Two board members for the credit union regulator spoke during a NAFCU event, highlighting liquidity issues, plans for new departments at the agency and more.

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Some credit union charitable donations up amid pandemic

09/15/20

The Credit Union Cherry Blossom Run, the industry's biggest annual philanthropic event, saw a nearly 10% increase in giving this year despite being canceled.

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Week ahead: NCUA tackles appraisals as hopes dim for more COVID relief

09/14/20

It's unlikely that lawmakers will pass new coronavirus-related legislation before Congress leaves for its October recess.

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State-chartered credit unions make gains despite pandemic

09/14/20

Federal credit unions still account for more than 60% of active institutions, but their share of total assets continues to shrink.

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