After some time, the NCUA board realizes the home-based credit union proposal’s disservice.
Read why Executive Editor Heather Anderson changed her mind about discrimination charges at the CFPB and her position on home-based credit unions.
Board Member Fryzel explains why he doesn't support the proposed rule and why a two-examiner policy would be a better alternative.
David Chatfield, retired NCUA board member and California league president, says if he were still on the board, he'd fight the rule.
The NCUA says it contacted all home-based CUs and offered them assistance prior to introducing its proposed rule, but the CUs say otherwise.
"I felt there was a lack of effort to reach an agreeable consensus."
LinkedIn conversation from Credit Union Times group brings out the opinions.
NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel explains his first 'no" vote in five years on panel in this on-air interview.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz explains why in this on-air interview.