The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's online complaint database should be expanded to include all of the nation’s credit unions and banks, regardless of size, according to National Community Reinvestment Coalition analysis released Oct. 8.
First the good news: The NCUA took some steps in the right direction this week when it announced reforms to its exam process. Chairman Debbie Matz’s letter to credit unions about the changes addressed complaints I’ve been hearing for quite a while.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Newest board member says call, write about changes credit unions think need made.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA Board Member Rick Metsger: " I don’t see it being wise to say we’re going to hire a bunch of people to go look at everyone’s books."
Credit unions, banks will be examined to make sure they are preventing unlicensed payday transactions.
NCUA reforms a step forward but beware the idea of march toward expanded CFPB authority.
Steven Van Beek has left NAFCU to join the law practice of Howard & Howard at the firm’s office in the Detroit suburb of Royal Oak, Mich.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau should increase transparency in a number of ways, according to a new report released Sept. 24 by the Bipartisan Policy Center.
A shutdown of the federal government Tuesday will not halt the NCUA’s operations, the regulator said Monday.
Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean The Man isn't out to get you.