Narrow FOMs and membership expansion could create disparate impact red flags and attract unwanted examiner attention.
Americans, especially young ones, no longer bond according to where they live, work or worship.
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A potential new battle could begin reminiscent of the debate that took place over H.R. 1151 almost two decades ago.
Examining some of the most controversial NCUA issues and what it means for the credit union industry.
Shift the focus of deliberations on the FOM proposal to what the FCUA actually says, not what bank groups want it to mean.
The ABA and ICBA accuse the NCUA of attempting quasi-legislative action. CU trades fire back.
A banker court case to limit credit union membership ranks becomes a defining moment for the industry.
The NCUA's FOM rule expands multiple common bond reach with the decision. Community and TIP charter rules also change.
The NCUA can give some relief to credit unions, but Congress must address how consumers have redefined access and community.