Credit union executives discuss the issues that most concern them and their cooperatives.
WASHINGTON - Regulatory panel discusses the need for credit union advocacy.
Key message for CUNA GAC 2015: Asking Congress for help to remove barriers and let credit unions serve their members.
It is not one single regulation, but multiple regulations from numerous agencies that are negatively impacting credit unions.
The NCUA shifts gears from risk-based capital to field of membership reform.
NCUA Board Member J. Mark McWatters tells CU Times the regulator does not need third party supervisory authority.
CUNA, NAFCU call for ease on annual distribution of privacy notices to consumers unless privacy policies have changed.
Expect the CFPB to scrutinize overdrafts, payday lending, prepaid cards, auto loans and mortgage lending.
The House Financial Services Committee Chairman says reducing regulatory burden on community financial institutions is a priority.
Who needs a board and management when the NCUA can manage credit unions remotely through regs like RBC?