In this brand new exclusive series from CUSO Magazine, Esteban Camargo bridges the gap of credit union history and food blog… Learn about the life of French-Canadian Alphonse Desjardins before baking a fresh batch of delicious madeleines.
On the surface, software design can seem straightforward: build the tools your clients need. But Dawn Moore explains that the process is much more complex than it may seem, especially when you’re asked to turn a car into a plane!
The House has passed a resolution of disapproval for the CFPB’s rule on Section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act, which would require credit unions to collect data on certain applications for credit. Emily Claus reports on the rule and what the next steps are.
As bad actors consistently seek out new ways to scam money from your members, it is important to stay informed. AJ Schalk details the latest tactic—the Pig Butchering scam—and how you can spot the warning signs that a member has fallen prey.
The NCUA should fund a Climate Resilience Office as part of its 2024 budget, environmental, progressive and consumer groups told the agency this month. CUCollaborate’s David Baumann reports.
Credit unions are in the bulk email-sending business, whether they know it or not, and need to pay attention to changing industry and technical requirements, or they may soon find themselves unable to send any emails to anyone, says Dave Wordhouse.
As Thanksgiving approaches, Emily Claus reminds credit unions to use the opportunity to show both their members and their staff how much they appreciate them.
Following the NCUA’s proposal to streamline the chartering process earlier this year, the NCUA Inspector General has announced he will be doing an audit on the process to determine its effectiveness, reports David Baumann of CUCollaborate.