Pew survey finds 62% of Americans see credit unions positively; one in 10 think highly of payday lenders.
A bill added to the financial services appropriation bill would allow bank regulators to exempt small banks from some regs.
Editorial commentary on current issues from CU Times' editorial staff and correspondents.
WASHINGTON—Financial services hearing produces a mixed message on the effectiveness of Dodd-Frank.
The NCUA now automatically approves 12 kinds of associations for federal credit unions.
GAO agrees with the NCUA's position that cybersecurity requires additional regulatory muscle.
Bureau must confirm that creditors making five or fewer mortgages per year are exempt, CUNA says.
The NCUA's new MBL proposal would largely gut its previous regulatory approach.
New standards, which Marvin Umholtz calls wrong-headed, help regulated entities strengthen diversity.
Bill, which contains several credit union friendly provisions, moves on to the full Senate.