SAN FRANCISCO–San Francisco FCU has filed suit against the city of San Francisco seeking $28-million in damages it alleges have been caused by ride sharing services on the value of taxi medallions.
WASHINGTON—FEMA officials have announced various reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) the agency will pursue this year in an attempt to reduce the program's growing debt.
WASHINGTON—With the House and Senate at home for a two-week district work period, both credit union trade associations are backing efforts by credit unions to set up meetings with their representatives and senators in their home districts/states and talk about issues critical to the industry.
WASHINGTON—Fintech holds great promise to expand credit, Federal Reserve Vice Chair for Bank Supervision Randal Quarles told a forum on financial services for the underserved this week.
WASHINGTON–The three-judge panel has been set that will hear an appeal by the deputy director of the CFPB that she should be the acting director of the agency instead of the current sitting director.
MADISON, Wis.—CUES has introduced the CUES Online University, powered by TRC Interactive.
WASHINGTON—CUNA supports NCUA’s proposed rule on involuntary liquidation and claims procedures, it wrote to the agency this week.
COSTA MESA, Calif.–Is it possible to collect debt and improve the member relationship?
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—PSCU announced one of its founding credit unions, Achieva CU in Dunedin, Fla., has rejoined the company.