It is not one single regulation, but multiple regulations from numerous agencies that are negatively impacting credit unions.
In a consolidating industry, regulatory relief is a necessity, NAFCU leader urges.
The loss of more credit unions is at stake if regulatory burdens do not ease up.
The final risk-based capital rule must avoid unintended, negative consequences.
Credit unions need a guarantee that a final risk-based capital rule won't put them at a competitive disadvantage to banks.
This opinion piece calls for the NCUA to account for how it spends all the dollars in all its funds.
Topping the list is an MBL cap exception for credit unions with an established program history.
NAFCU leader says while Congress continues to mull MBL reform, the NCUA can help credit unions by modifying its rules.
The NCUA's proposed risk-based capital rule could result in even more consolidation.
This Opinion piece from NAFCU CEO Dan Berger takes a hard look at the NCUA's proposed risk-based capital rule.