CUNA is contemplating some bold changes, but will they improve advocacy?
A payments industry task force predicts 98% of eight major financial institutions’ cards will have chips by year-end 2017.
Credit unions criticize and question the necessity of the revised risk-based capital rule.
The agency should include credit unions in processes that they ultimately fund.
NAFCU has always been steadfast in strongly opposing the CFPB's rulemaking authority over credit unions.
CUNA and NAFCU back legislation that would require the CFPB to create a Small Business Advisory Board.
Resistance to the agency's authority over credit unions has been consistent, NAFCU leader affirms.
CUNA and NAFCU say the legislation is a small step toward regulatory relief for credit unions.
The agency would be better off with an advisory group similar to the one at the CFPB.
Credit union opposition to the CFPB hasn't been as strong as one would think.