House Speaker John Boehner resigns

In a move that caught Republicans and observers by surprise, House Speaker John Boehner announced he will step down at the end of October. Speaker Boehner said that he served with “class and humility.” However, he has come under first recently as the government moved toward a shutdown. By his stepping aside, it is generally […]

Winners announced for state-level Dora, Louise, and Desjardins awards

Congratulations to the following recipients of awards from CUNA’s awards program! These winning entries will be sent to CUNA’s national competition, where they will compete with other state winners from throughout the country. The awards will be presented at the credit union’s choice of either their chapter meeting or their credit union. Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility […]

CUNA GAC housing block is open

It’s already time to start thinking about the CUNA GAC. The housing block opened this morning. The League’s room block is once again at the Grand Hyatt where it has been since 2010. Credit unions are urged to reserve rooms as quickly as possible because the room block usually sells out. There are two ways […]

CUNA announces dues reduction

CUNA announced Wednesday that it is reducing member dues for 2016. The reduction recognizes the need for CUNA to continue to become leaner and more agile, as well as calculate dues in a way that that celebrates and rewards credit union success and asset growth. CUNA has been taking steps to streamline its management and […]

FFIEC releases 2014 mortgage data

The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) is now making available the data on mortgage lending transactions at 7,062 U.S. financial institutions covered by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).  The HMDA data covers 2014 lending activity, and includes applications, originations, purchases and sales of loans, denials, and other actions related to applications. The HMDA […]