Attend SCUCE session on ‘Cyber security: It’s not just for I.T.’

Think Cyber Security is a topic only relevant to those in I.T.? Think again! Rayleen M. Pirnie, AAP, CERP (Certified Enterprise Risk Professional) and CEO of RP Payments Risk Consulting Services, LLC., will educate those at the risk of being affected by a cyber incident, including the board of directors, executive management, operations, compliance, marketing, […]

NYIB Conference planned for July, scholarships available

Where can you find a conference that is a one-stop shop to learn about youth and young adult financial education programs, discover valuable resources, showcase your credit union’s work in financial education, and network with your peers from credit unions all over the United States? The National Youth Involvement Board Conference is the place to […]

Understanding the dilemma between generations

Generation Xers have become gravely sandwiched between providing financial support for their elderly Baby Boomer (Boomers) parents and their adult children who aren’t fully independent yet. With limited retirement income options for Boomers to bridge the savings gap once they retire, more often times than not they have to lean on their children – Generation […]

CFPB reviews ODP programs and more

Yesterday, the CFPB released two items of interest to credit unions. Most importantly, the CFPB has decided to evaluate Overdraft Protection. That regulation, which caps the fees that a financial institution can impose on ODP programs, was written by the Fed in 2009 and transferred to CFPB when the organization originated.  There is a 45-day […]