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The ropes are old!

The ropes are old!

Who is Generation-Z? The next generation of credit union young professionals (YP’s) are here, ready to make waves and revolutionize the credit union industry. Born between the late 1990’s and early 2010’s, [...]

Thankful for the credit union movement

Thankful for the credit union movement

CUNA, Leagues, and credit unions have plenty on our plate to close out 2022, including putting the finishing touches on an advocacy agenda for next year.  There’s also a lot to be thankful for. [...]

10 takeaways on the White House framework for digital assets

10 takeaways on the White House framework for digital assets

We’re beginning to receive clarity from the White House regarding its approach to digital assets, including the potential development of a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). With the release of a wide-ranging report, the [...]

Legislation introduced to Congress deterring payday lenders’ abuses

Legislation introduced to Congress deterring payday lenders’ abuses

For years, consumer advocacy groups and federal agencies like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) have fought to hold to account or eliminate predatory payday lenders in states across the country. Regardless of extensive documentation [...]

Understanding social engineering fraud

Understanding social engineering fraud

On an almost daily basis, organizations face evolving financial crime threats as attackers attempt to disarm and exploit credit unions, employees and members. One fraud technique becoming even more prevalent than before among financial institutions [...]

Foundation research shows how to increase sense of financial well-being

Foundation research shows how to increase sense of financial well-being

A new report published by the National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation) shows that credit unions can measurably increase their employees’ financial well-being through initiatives as simple as a prompting email. The Foundation’s Start [...]