The CU industry needs action on regulatory relief, and while progress has been slow, there are signs their message is being heard.
NAFCU encourages credit unions to make their voices heard with lawmakers in their local congressional districts and in Washington.
More bureaucracy from the NCUA is not better than simply having it exercise its existing authority.
Insuring the deposits of Puerto Rico’s cooperativas could expose the NCUSIF to unacceptable financial risk.
The road to mitigating regulatory burden is tough, but NAFCU refuses to back down.
Returning to an 18-month exam cycle is not a case of monkey see, monkey do.
Find out which regulatory concerns NAFCU has on its radar this year.
Legislation ensures credit unions can continue to lend and grow to the best of their ability.
The NCUA must withdraw its risk-based capital proposal immediately, NAFCU SVP writes.
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