Federal Reserve files appeal of July 31 federal court ruling that struck down much of interchange rule.
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.
They are Jiji Bahhur, now director of compliance, and Michael Coleman, now director of regulatory affairs, the trade group said.
Merchant Payment Commission trade group uses economist's data from 27,000 retail sites to reach conclusion. NAFCU unimpressed.
More credit unions said they saw improvements last year in the NCUA examination process, but experienced a decline in their examiners’ capabilities, according to a survey published in the September issue of NAFCU’s monthly Economic & CU Monitor newsletter.
Federal Reserve has until October 20 for appeal arguments; merchants have until November 20
Respondents air it out in trade group's survey. NAFCU says it's seeking transparency.
In briefs filed August 28, all parties to a recent decision overturning the Federal Reserve’s debit interchange regulation urged U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon to leave it in place until further appeals of his July 31 decision are exhausted.
Trades add their voices to briefs filed with federal judge in interchange swipe case.
NAFCU general counsel Carrie Hunt says she still sees "negative downstream effect" in proposed changes to qualified residential mortgage rules.