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.
PHOENIX – Legislation to restructure the CFPB could leave the House Financial Services Committee next week.
Congress begins hearings revisiting the massive financial reform law on its fifth anniversary.
NAFCU’s president/CEO discusses cybersecurity and legislation.
Nine organizations, including NAFCU and CUNA, call for new legislation from Congress.
Legislation ensures credit unions can continue to lend and grow to the best of their ability.
Bill would kill the present regulation and mandate how another would need to be developed.
CUNA and NAFCU say the legislation is a small step toward regulatory relief for credit unions.