The rising costs are a reminder of why credit union advocacy must remain a priority.
NAFCU says the revised guidelines will only exacerbate regulatory burdens credit unions face.
The total share of residential mortgages serviced by credit unions rose from 3.1% in 2008 to 5.7% in 2015.
Dodd-Frank imposed compensation rules get mostly negative comments from credit unions.
House Financial Services Chairman Hensarling's proposed regulatory relief plan falls short, CUNA's Nussle says.
With a credit union exemption off the table, is it time for the CFPB to say checkmate? Or do credit unions have a few moves left?
The road to mitigating regulatory burden is tough, but NAFCU refuses to back down.
Whether you’re a Democrat or Republican, the opposing party's leading candidate is dead set on taking away something you love.
In a letter to Congress, outgoing NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz explains the agency isn't prepared for the change.
California representatives Ed Royce, Pete Aguilar and Adam Schiff join Ohio Republican Steve Stivers in signing CFPB letter.