Regulatory burden is real and is slowly crushing the credit union movement.
The final risk-based capital rule must avoid unintended, negative consequences.
Are excessive regulations slowing credit unions to the point of immobilization?
The leadership of a credit union facing pressure from state or federal regulators may have good reason to be concerned.
Millions of older Americans fall prey to elder fraud and financial exploitation.
Read how the midterms could affect credit union legislation and regulation.
Former NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel advocates for further regulatory relief by the NCUA and other agencies.
The CFPB extends fee estimations five more years, but finalizes the 100 transaction annual compliance threshold.
State regulators have more options when managing share insurance coffers.
CFPB blogger assumes an affinity card with a campus photo means the CU has a marketing deal with the university.