NAFCU has always been steadfast in strongly opposing the CFPB's rulemaking authority over credit unions.
Resistance to the agency's authority over credit unions has been consistent, NAFCU leader affirms.
During a Feb.12 congressional hearing, credit union executives detailed the harmful effects of the CFPB's Qualified Mortgage rule on their institutions.
From loss of business to long-term impact on communities, executives testify on CFPB’s qualified mortgage rule.
Credit union and bank executives tell the Republican-controlled Senate Banking Committee the CFPB needs structural reform.
Ed Templeton, president/CEO of SRP Federal Credit Union, is introduced as chairman on the opening day of NAFCU's Annual Conference in Las Vegas.
A South Carolina credit union generates revenue with its own insurance business.
NAFCU’s new Board of Directors has taken office at the trade group’s annual business meeting this week in Boston.
NAFCU announced last week that Jan Roche, Ed Templeton and Daniel Weickenand have won at-large seats on the NAFCU board of directors in voting that closed May 13.. Their new terms begin after the annual business meeting on July 9.
Credit union CEOs Jan Roche, Ed Templeton and Daniel Weickenand have won at-large seats on the NAFCU Board of Directors.