Minnesota

Jessica Looman takes reins as commissioner; Rothman steps down after 7 years
Nov. 17, 2017 — Jessica Looman is appointed to serve as Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Commerce. Beginning Friday, Nov. 17, Commissioner Looman succeeds Commissioner Mike Rothman, who announced the same day his plans to step down after seven years of service.

SJU Student-Run Credit Union Branch Provides Hands On Experience
April 22, 2015 – Collegeville, Minn. – The Collegeville Community Credit Union is a perfect example by having the first student run branch on a university campus in Minnesota. The branch location is small (Only 120 square feet) but President Mark Douvier says it provides a convenient location for students.

Free Paper Shredding Events Throughout Twin Cities in April, May
April 7, 2015 – It’s tax time. Purge your piles of sensitive data in a hurry instead of feeding a personal shredder two sheets at a time. Now through May, there are plenty of free or low-costshredding options in the Twin Cities.

Student-Run Credit Union Branch Adds Access, Experience

November 16, 2014 – Collegeville, Minn. – The “office” where Nico Marusco works isn’t really an office at all. It’s more like a wooden counter that separates a 120-square-foot space from the surroundings outside the St. John’s University Bookstore in Sexton Commons. 

Minnesota Credit Union Foundation Hosts Inaugural Financial Literacy 5K
July 14, 2014 – Bloomington, Minn. – According to a June 30 Idaho Department of Finance (DIF) press release, the DIF is announcing changes to Idaho’s Payday Loan Act that go into effect on Tuesday, July 1. The 2014 Idaho Legislature passed Senate Bill 1314, amending Idaho’s Payday Loan Act to include new consumer protections for payday loan borrowers. Senate Bill 1314, sponsored by Senator Lee Heider, brings substantial changes to how payday lenders will be authorized to operate in Idaho.

Credit Unions Say Risk-Based Capital Hurts Farmers
May 27, 2014 – More than 20 credit unions from seven Midwest states told the NCUA the proposed risk-based capital rule would hurt their operations.

 

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