CU Times correspondent David Baumann discusses the House Financial Services Committee's approval of a controversial bill.
H.R. 5983, Jeb Hensarling's plan to overhaul the financial regulatory regime, moves to the House floor.
NAFCU demands prison time for Wells Fargo's illegal sales practices.
The committee will begin a markup of Hensarling's financial regulatory system overhaul Sept. 13.
Wells Fargo employees are caught creating millions of unauthorized accounts to meet sales goals.
The payday lending industry attempts to flood the CFPB with comments about controversial lending rules.
Community bank leaders join credit unions in an appeal to Congress for regulatory relief.
To keep credit available while driving down loan prices, the CFPB’s regs must be carefully designed and well-balanced.
Will the CFPB's proposed payday lending rules only benefit loan sharks?
Credit unions tell the CFPB they should be exempt from arbitration agreements due to the unique relationship CUs have with members.