Early indications for credit unions reveal president-elect Donald Trump would repeal Dodd-Frank.
CU24 discusses interchange solutions that no longer need to be a burden on credit unions.
Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton pledges to ban mandatory arbitration as Wells Fargo scandal unfolds.
Wells Fargo and Dodd-Frank are at the center of discussions during NAFCU's Congressional Caucus.
H.R. 5983, Jeb Hensarling's plan to overhaul the financial regulatory regime, moves to the House floor.
The committee will begin a markup of Hensarling's financial regulatory system overhaul Sept. 13.
Retailers jump into the debate over credit and debit card interchange fees.
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.