Navy FCU

NCUA’s low-income designation hurts service members

06/18/20

A decision that expands the low-income definition to all active-duty military personnel will only enable large credit unions to push out smaller competitors, removing choice for people in the military.

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Banks need to do more than just complain about credit unions

02/14/20

The entire banking industry needs to join the fight instead of waiting for Congress to act.

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Banker of the Year, Wells Fargo shake-up, credit union nemesis: Top stories of the week

12/06/19

Citizens Bank's Bruce Van Saun is our Banker of the Year; shake-up continues at Wells Fargo with poaching of Santander's CEO; the Navy commander behind the credit union banks love to hate; and more from this week's most-read stories.

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The Navy commander behind the credit union banks love to hate

12/03/19

Navy Federal Credit Union is Exhibit A in banks' case to tax the credit union industry. But it wasn’t always seen as the powerhouse it is today. Meet Adm. Cutler Dawson, the man who changed that.

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How Amazon and Synchrony are reinventing secured credit cards

06/10/19

Targeting consumers with poor or thin credit, Amazon is offering a secured card with rewards on par with those offered to mainstream cardholders.

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Once dismissive of fintechs, traditional lenders now feeling their bite

05/23/19

Online lenders now have close to 40% of the unsecured personal loan market, much of which is refinanced credit card debt. Banks' card portfolios are taking a hit.

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