Credit unions step in to help California wildfire victims

State of the credit union

Fifteen natural disasters have damaged properties, forced residents to flee and cost billions in property damage in 2017.

But, while most aren’t expecting assistance from their financial institutions (FIs), credit unions have shown that they are ready, willing and able to step up after disaster strikes — and work to help members piece their lives back together.

The latest PYMNTS Credit Union Tracker™, powered by CO-OP Financial Services, features news on changing credit union regulations and the latest innovation efforts in the market.

News from the credit union market

Bipartisanship in Washington, D.C., is a rare occurrence these days, but lawmakers recently managed to pull off a holiday miracle for players in the credit union market.

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