Credit unions

Banks and Thrifts with the Largest Portfolios of Home Equity Loans

04/22/19

On Dec. 31, 2018. Dollars in thousands.

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Banks and Thrifts with the Largest Portfolios of First Mortgages

04/22/19

On Dec. 31, 2018. Dollars in thousands.

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Is credit union regulator's field-of-membership appeal already in trouble?

04/15/19

Last-minute arguments from the American Bankers Association have put the National Credit Union Administration on the back foot in advance of an appeal hearing more than a year in the works.

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Lawmakers, lenders aren't buying SBA's argument for higher loan fees

04/11/19

The chairwoman of the House Small Business Committee promised to block action on the agency's budget unless it can justify its fee-hike request.

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How this bank beat the odds to snag credit union assets

04/04/19

Alliance Bank Central Texas may have found a way around National Credit Union Administration regulations that make it difficult for banks to buy credit unions.

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After BB&T-SunTrust noise, a quiet March in bank M&A

04/03/19

The first quarter has been sluggish for overall merger activity. Still, hear are the notable deals announced in March.

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Smaller institutions should embrace, not oppose, fintechs

03/22/19

Financial startups are becoming important partners for community banks and credit unions, despite lobbying efforts to limit their growth.

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Will banks turn the tables and buy credit unions?

03/19/19

More than 20 banks have been sold to credit unions. A prominent banking lawyer made the case at this year's ICBA convention that banks can become more aggressive acquirers.

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Credit union blockchain consortium enlists IBM to plot expansion

03/15/19

CULedger and the computing giant will work to develop blockchain technologies, create new products and improve existing ones.

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Madison’s a tough nut for banks to crack

03/14/19

The small Wisconsin city features a vibrant economy, low employment and a growing population, but banks that want to buy their way into the market have their work cut out.

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