Lawmakers consider legislation requiring federal agencies to receive congressional approval before rules go into effect.
The committee will begin a markup of Hensarling's financial regulatory system overhaul Sept. 13.
Experts provide cybersecurity legislative and regulatory information for credit union executives.
H.R. 5869 would require the NCUA to provide a detailed analysis of Share Insurance Fund use.
The NCUA board chairman is the Heinz ketchup of credit unions - the packaging may change, but the person still controls the agency's agenda.
Senate appropriators approve a bill that leaves out House proposals to crack down on the CFPB.
Ignoring Metsger’s request to let the NCUA handle exam cycle adjustments, Rep. Guinta introduces new legislation.
House Republicans unveil legislation that would put the fate of the near-insolvent island’s cooperativas in new hands.
While the NCUA should be applauded for its work on the issue, many concerns have not yet been abated.
Bill would excuse lenders from TILA-RESPA compliance errors through Feb. 1, 2016, but the White House vows to veto it.