The CFPB Director rejects claims the cost of consumer protection drives some financial services providers out of business.
The agency's apparent change of tune signals its willingness to truly listen to banks and credit unions.
At a roundtable, the NCUA Chairman says moving to an 18-month cycle as new regs become effective would be irresponsible.
The council, which includes the NCUA, revises IT governance and risk management principles.
Editorial commentary on current issues from CU Times' editorial staff and correspondents.
Timberland FCU CEO tells a Senate subcommittee it used a typewriter until a vendor worked out TRID disclosure bugs.
CU Times speaks with NASCUS CEO Lucy Ito about her first year running the trade group.
When approving the final rule by a 2-1 board vote, the NCUA stressed the rule will only require 16 credit union to take action.
Survey finds 66% of mortgage originators saw improved business, but regulations remain an obstacle.
While the NCUA should be applauded for its work on the issue, many concerns have not yet been abated.