The agency's potential pursuit of credit unions for UDAAP violations is a legitimate concern.
Supreme Court ruling does not fundamentally change the overall regulatory environment for credit unions.
Umholtz questions the reasoning behind disparate impact.
The agency, not the U.S. Treasury, crafted solutions for the corporate credit union crisis.
Consultant Marvin Umholtz responds to Executive Editor Heather Anderson's column on FinCEN and the NCUA.
New standards, which Marvin Umholtz calls wrong-headed, help regulated entities strengthen diversity.
Credit union opposition to the CFPB hasn't been as strong as one would think.
Consultant Jer Trihouse explains why guidelines could cripple the payday lending environment.
November gone, sources say NCUA board meeting on Dec. 15 should include an announcement.
There may be only four or five corporate credit unions within 10 years. There isn’t that much business out there. "The small won’t survive,” predicted John Fiore, CEO of Motorola Employees Credit Union and a key figure in the recapitalizing of Members United as Alloya. “Within a couple years we...