Editorial commentary on current issues from CU Times' editorial staff and correspondents.
As the CFPB works to implement stricter payday loan rules, lenders reach out to Congress for help.
Small credit unions continue to seek regulatory relief, but some say it's time to work around the CFPB.
Trades write to Congress urging credit unions’ exemption from CFPB rules; Rep. Roger Williams introduces H.R. 3048.
The auto lending growth momentum continues at credit unions, while the CFPB cracks down on non-bank auto finance companies.
The bureau's new rules could eventually level the playing field between banks and nonbanks.
The president/CEO of Alcoa Tenn FCU responds to the May 20, 2015 issue of CU Times.
Chartering new credit unions requires commitment and effort, and regulatory burdens are a leading drawback.
The USPS' desire to enter the financial services space to grow revenue is wrong in so many ways.
Growing regulations make chartering a new credit union more difficult than in the past, CUANY says.