Two-hour hearing includes credit union witnesses.
Plaintiffs challenge creation of CFPB and FSOC, Cordray's appointment.
Rule called unfair to non-working spouses to undergo scrutiny.
Credit unions are unique in the financial world. Rarely do you find a financial institution that clearly and emphatically says it is not working for a profit.
CFPB Director Richard Cordray said he is committed to reviewing rule that prohibits non-working spouses from using household income to qualify for a credit card.
CUNA attorney says if recess appointment overturned, opponents would challenge previous actions, but notes that far from clear appointment will be thrown out in court.
Regulatory burden has credit union staffers crossing Ts instead of cross selling.
CFPB Director Richard Cordray will take questions from credit unions during the live webcast, set for 2 p.m. that Tuesday from NAFCU’s headquarters.
WASHINGTON—No issue at this year’s GAC was more polarizing than the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Speakers, particularly politicians, were either completely against it or completely for it, depending upon which party they represented.
Robert Allen, CEO of the 218,000 member, $4 billion Teachers Federal Credit Union, joined executives from Citibank, Bank of America and other banks.