Bankers Taking Credit Union Battles to the States

The banking trade associations have found little ‘relief’ at the federal level from the alleged overstepping of credit unions’ legal authorities and have turned to the state level with their attacks. Whether the issue is field of ...

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Credit Union Low-Income Designation Overview

A credit union serving predominantly low-income members may be designated as a low-income credit union. Section 701.34 of NCUA’s Rules and Regulations defines the term “low-income members” as those members:

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Occupational Common Bond Overview

If a credit union serves a single occupational sponsor, such as ABC Corporation, it will be designated as an occupational credit union. A single occupational common bond credit union may also serve a trade, industry, or ...

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How to Convert from a State to Federal Credit Union Charter

Credit unions must re-examine their big-picture needs from time to time, and that often leads to the question of whether you’re operating under the appropriate charter. It may have worked in the past, but will it take you where ...

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Credit Unions Shouldn’t Have to Be About the Tech

Talking with Jason Jones, you feel like you immediately know the guy. He comes across as very authentic, friendly, funny and credit union-y. You don’t get that from a lot of credit union core processing vendors – particularly ...

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