Editorial commentary on current issues from CU Times' editorial staff and correspondents.
NAFCU believes the CFPB is placing undue burden on CUs; association leaders appeal to Congress for help.
Only large-asset institutions are required to conduct capital stress testing, but it should be on all institutions' radar.
A report says the bureau successfully takes rules’ impact on small businesses into account as per Dodd-Frank.
A Council of Economic Advisers report, which omits credit unions, claims Dodd-Frank has not reduced small banks' business.
NASCUS asks the NCUA to be clearer about which credit unions exactly are covered by new Dodd-Frank executive compensation-based rule.
Republicans call for the deregulation of small banks and a reinstatement of the Glass-Steagall Act.
Dodd-Frank imposed compensation rules get mostly negative comments from credit unions.
House Financial Services Chairman Hensarling's proposed regulatory relief plan falls short, CUNA's Nussle says.