By Roy Urrico March 23, 2017 With data breaches increasing, states continue to push for consumer notification requirements. Last week, New Mexico passed the Data Breach Notification Act, which New Mexico credit unions urged for four years. Paul Stull, president/CEO of Credit Union Association of New Mexico, said New Mexicans are safer with the passage of […]
Cooperation & Community Drive Healthy Economies On February 1st, the Credit Union Association of New Mexico brought state credit union and business leaders across industry – including economic development, technology, cooperatives and community advocacy – to discuss NM’s most pressing issues in a collaborative and generative forum at COOP-NM 2017. COOP-NM 2017, the Credit Union […]
Millennials have been the subject of a recent spike in the effort to more comprehensively understand and forecast the economic landscape in the United States.
As the growth and ubiquity of tech tools in the financial services industry continue to rise, credit unions are quickly adapting to a wider and more varied landscape of consumer interaction and self-service.