WASHINGTON – Politicians criticize Dodd-Frank on social media; NAFCU affirms it led to the collapse of 1,250 credit unions.
The fifth anniversary of Dodd-Frank brings new rules to protect troops from predatory lenders.
Trades write to Congress urging credit unions’ exemption from CFPB rules; Rep. Roger Williams introduces H.R. 3048.
The need for federal advocacy grows exponentially.
Is Dodd-Frank hurting small community financial institutions?
WASHINGTON—Financial services hearing produces a mixed message on the effectiveness of Dodd-Frank.
Congress begins hearings revisiting the massive financial reform law on its fifth anniversary.
New standards, which Marvin Umholtz calls wrong-headed, help regulated entities strengthen diversity.
The CFPB accuses PayPal of illegal practices involving its PayPal Credit product.
CUNA and NAFCU applaud draft legislation that would change Dodd-Frank and provide regulatory relief.