The Matz-Blaine tense exchange at the NASCUS Summit wastes valuable time and energy that should be better used to address real problems facing fellow citizens. (“Matz Announces Low-Income Initiative,” Sept. 12 issue, page 10.)
Agency publishes nearly 2,000 comments from individual consumers after seeking feedback.
The NCUA says it's protecting the system. Critics say the agency is protecting itself. Check out this print preview from next week's print edition of Credit Union Times.
New agency is requesting information on the private student lending market from lenders, student loan servicers, the higher education community and the public to aid in its preparation of a new report to Congress.
If nothing’s wrong, there should be nothing to hide, CEO Jim Blaine said of his credit union’s decision to publicize its CAMEL score.
The CEO at the nation’s second-largest credit union said his institution doesn’t need to hide its CAMEL score, perhaps others shouldn’t either.
The nation’s second-largest credit union said it is publicly disclosing its CAMEL score as a show of transparency to its 1.7 million members.
Former Ohio attorney general already had been chosen to run new bureau's enforcement programs.
The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday provided more details of how it plans to examine credit unions and banks.