The NCUA board takes on two high-profile issues during its meeting next week.
House members ask the DoD to exempt credit unions from the Military Lending Act.
According to NAFCU, the agreement will increase the number of credit unions offering SBA loans.
During the NAFCU Congressional Caucus, lawmakers expect to enact small changes to financial services regulations.
During the NAFCU Congressional Caucus, Metsger warns the audience of an assessment if insurance funds aren't merged.
A Senator uses Wells Fargo and Equifax as examples to keep the CFPB's arbitration rule, while CU trades oppose it.
Credit union experts say Equifax "has failed miserably" by exposing personal information of 143 million people with this data breach.
CUNA urges the NCUA to close the Stabilization Fund while opposing the agency's plan to increase normal operating levels.
OCP, an effort intended to make FAs culpable for knowingly processing fraudulent transactions, has quietly ended.
Most CUs, leagues, industry leaders and other organizations oppose the NCUA's proposed merger rule changes.