H.R. 1486 would place the CFPB’s budget under Congress’ appropriations process.
The costs of the proposed accounting update far outweigh the benefits for credit unions.
The implementation date for final rules that could alter credit departments’ day to day operations is still TBD.
With a credit union exemption off the table, is it time for the CFPB to say checkmate? Or do credit unions have a few moves left?
More than 90% of CUNA members vote in favor of bylaw changes.
Readers react to Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) statement that special interest groups convince regulators to shape rules in their favor.
The agency seeks a principal reduction strategy that benefits both borrowers and enterprises, Director Watt says.
Let your credit union's actions do the selling, not its rates.
The road to mitigating regulatory burden is tough, but NAFCU refuses to back down.
Bipartisan letter signed by 330 House members supports exempting credit unions from rulemaking.