On December 1st, 2022, the NCUA voted to re-establish the Asset Management and Assistance Center as an independent entity. Emily Claus reports on the reasons and logistics behind the change.
Those in leadership positions can often be hesitant to delegate work, feeling that everything is their responsibility or that handing off tasks will result in less-than-perfect results. Letting go of such ideas can be difficult, but as Alycia Meyers notes, it benefits both the leader and their team in the long run.
Karen Sorensen delves into the background and aftermath of the 5300 call report revamp made by the NCUA earlier this year, explaining what changes were made and how credit unions have adapted.
Cybercriminals are always working on their attack methods and finding ways to compromise identities and accounts. Multi-factor authentication, Brian Henderson explains, is a critical tool in protecting your credit union, your employees, and in turn, your members.
David Baumann of CUCollaborate reports on whether the U.S. Supreme Court should rush a decision about whether to consider a federal appeals court ruling that found the funding mechanism for the CFPB unconstitutional.