The fight against credit unions is coming to your local newspaper.
The ICBA says high legal fees paid by the NCUA to failed corporate credit unions is "rank incompetency."
Why did the cost of the credit union tax exemption jump 32% in the Trump Administration's budget proposal?
Letters from the ABA and ICBA on the NCUA’s alternative capital ANPR are intended to sow uncertainty.
The ICBA pushes the Trump Administration to review the tax-exemption status of credit unions.
Bankers argue the NCUA would violate federal law if credit unions are allowed to build capital beyond retained earnings.
The ICBA drops its federal appeal of the NCUA's MBL rules, but other credit union challenges are on the horizon.
The ICBA wants to reexamine the credit union tax-exemption model as a part of their 2017 priorities.
Credit unions should keep a close eye on pending litigation involving the MBL and FOM rules.
The ICBA promises to continue fighting the credit union tax exemption.