Trades believe allowing the USPS to offer basic banking services at local offices is misguided.
Official comments on the CFPB proposed mortgage disclosure rules are dues Oct. 18. CU trade associations' initial response is mixed.
CUNA and NAFCU call the FOMC’s decision cautious and optimistic.
The cybersecurity plan is a good start, but more data protection steps are needed, NAFCU says.
Dodd-Frank imposed compensation rules get mostly negative comments from credit unions.
CUNA and NAFCU were on their toes, networking at the Republican National Convention.
NAFCU’s Berger disputes statements made by Iowa’s King in a letter, which called credit unions’ tax exemption into question.
Fintech lenders fight for the freedom to innovate while NAFCU and the ABA call for more regulation.
Mike Pence appoints a credit union official to a key Indiana state board for the first time this year.
The board will address its 2017-2020 strategic plan, which trades say should focus on reg relief, at its next meeting.