The move, which affects partners CU24 and five leagues, will take effect in 2017.
Trades support a Jan. 1 deadline; NAFCU calls for a compliance testing period for credit unions.
The NCUA issued prohibition orders to four individuals during the month of June.
Supreme Court ruling does not fundamentally change the overall regulatory environment for credit unions.
In a letter, CUNA asks the CFPB to push back the deadline to Jan. 1, 2016.
Credit unions are seeing an uptick in credit card usage this year, executives say.
Credit Union 1's 0% APR loans will help Illinois state employees cover missed paychecks.
Those banned from federally insured financial institutions include an employee from the defunct Lynrocten FCU.
Study documents the economic impact of the nation's second largest credit union.
Supreme Court ruling dashes hopes disparate impact standards would no longer be applied to lending.