The study found that the average credit union overdraft fee is nearly $10 less than that of large banks.
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Indianapolis-based Financial Center First Credit Union is building a branch in Kokomo and will complete a merger with Kokomo Heritage Federal Credit Union when the branch opens this fall.
The new record comes on the heels of other signs that consumers are finally shrugging off a recession hangover, despite stubbornly stagnant wages that haven’t matched mushrooming corporate revenue.
Tennessee-based Southeast Financial Credit Union sued Eyler and others in 2015, charging they fraudulently restructured the business to thwart creditors and owe more than $13 million on defaulted loans.
Some big Indiana credit unions are ramping up growth, undaunted by the increasingly competitive banking landscape.
Indiana Members Credit Union is hoping to open a branch in the 18,000-square-foot, two-story brick building on Old Meridian Street in Carmel.
Indianapolis-based Elements Financial Federal Credit Union has scooped up 71-year-old State Service Credit Union, a move that provides Elements direct access to one of the largest employers in Indiana.
Financial Center Federal Credit Union is pursuing a state charter in hopes of becoming a bigger player in Indiana’s financial services sector, a move that echoes a recent national trend of credit unions opting for state charters over federal ones.
Timothy Coughlin, 63, of Indianapolis was ordered to pay $10 million in restitution at sentencing Friday in federal court. Prosecutors say 5,000 investors from 50 countries and all 50 states made deposits to his fake credit union.
An Indianapolis man has pleaded guilty to a Ponzi scheme that defrauded thousands of investors of millions of dollars through a fake online credit union.
Net income growth among nine big credit unions serving the metro area moderated in 2013 after record earnings for the industry locally and largely across the nation in 2012.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Tim Coughlin, who has been accused of running a Ponzi scheme that collected $12.8 million from investors. In 2008, he proposed creating a 20-story balloon ride at White River State Park.
Banks and credit unions facing more competition from online lenders—and now even from big-box stores offering financial products—are working harder to get a bigger piece of a customer’s wallet over the long haul.
Indiana Members, which has 24 branches and $1.3 billion in assets, will grow by one branch and $17 million in assets.