NAFCU announced last week that Jan Roche, Ed Templeton and Daniel Weickenand have won at-large seats on the NAFCU board of directors in voting that closed May 13.. Their new terms begin after the annual business meeting on July 9.
Credit union CEOs Jan Roche, Ed Templeton and Daniel Weickenand have won at-large seats on the NAFCU Board of Directors.
Credit Union Furlough Assistance page provides links to credit unions offering programs as government cutback wears on.
CUNA expands regulatory Advocacy Report distribution while NAFCU reports sharp uptick in compliance help requests.
Regarding Sarah Snell Cooke’s blog post, “Fighting in the Sandbox Just Gets Sand in Your Eyes,” [www.cuinsight.com].
Two Virginia credit unions say they’ve disaffiliated with NAFCU and will retain only their CUNA memberships.
Because credit unions already generally abide by new final qualified mortgage and ability-to-repay rules released Jan. 10 by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the most difficult compliance burden will be to document the process, said John Bundy, compliance manager for CUNA Mutual.
NAFCU's Becker points to provisions aimed at discouraging "frivolous lawsuits, claims or defenses."
Berger said NAFCU’s current strengths in advocacy, education and compliance will continue to be top priorities after he takes over on Aug. 1.
According to industry veteran John McKechnie, who was working on Capitol Hill back in 1986, the last time credit union tax exemption was on the Congressional chopping block, a “volatile” environment on Capitol Hill means credit unions should be vigilant when it comes to protecting their tax-exempt status in 2013.