Credit Union Journal

6 Ways the Coronavirus Has Changed Credit Unions

6 Ways the Coronavirus Has Changed Credit Unions

Credit unions have had to scramble to adjust to the fallout from the coronavirus as it became widespread in March. Employees at Jax Federal Credit Union now wear masks on the job to help protect against the coronavirus.

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Why Members Need Digital Banking Services

Why Members Need Digital Banking Services

Three billion. That’s more than a third of the world’s population. It’s also the number of people who will have access to mobile banking services by 2021, according to a study from Deloitte.

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When It Comes to Compliance, Will Regtech Do What Congress Won’t?

When It Comes to Compliance, Will Regtech Do What Congress Won’t?

This story is the latest installment in Credit Union Journal’s ongoing special report on fintech, which will run throughout the month of August. Legislative gridlock could spur technology firms to help financial institutions overcome the regulatory burden.

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Credit Unions Split on Potential Threat Posed by OCC’s Fintech Charter

Credit Unions Split on Potential Threat Posed by OCC’s Fintech Charter

With the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency having approved a national bank charter for fintechs this summer, a host of insiders have weighed in on potential pros and cons, and how OCC’s move might ultimately impact credit unions.

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Ready to Partner With a Fintech? Here’s What You Need to Know

Ready to Partner With a Fintech? Here’s What You Need to Know

With the shared goal to redefine what a multifaceted financial services model looks like to members, more credit unions are looking to partner with forward-leaning fintechs.

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