NAFCU believes the CFPB is placing undue burden on CUs; association leaders appeal to Congress for help.
Dodd-Frank imposed compensation rules get mostly negative comments from credit unions.
The bill proposals also include an 18-month exam cycle, a repeal of the Volcker rule and a CFPB commission.
In a letter to Congress, outgoing NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz explains the agency isn't prepared for the change.
Should the NCUA conduct credit union exams every 12 or 18 months? Weigh in on our latest poll.
As credit unions continue to seek MBL regulatory relief in 2016, portfolio diversification could help fuel loan growth.
A bill that would ease requirements to send members annual privacy notices awaits the president's signature.
The small credit union threshold, CUNA announcements, conservatorships and a disclosure class action lawsuit capture headlines.
Should the small credit union threshold be larger than $100M? Read what NCUA board members think.
Board Member McWatters argues that $100 million isn't high enough and puts credit unions at a disadvantage compared to banks.