ALEXANDRIA, Va.— NCUA Board approves proposed rule that would require the same of credit unions.
NCUA, other regulators considering new standards as mandated by Dodd-Frank.
Federal banking regulators, including the NCUA, are proposing a rule aimed at encouraging flood insurance customers to buy private flood insurance. The rule is mandated by the Biggert-Waters Act of 2012.
Housing regulator reported to be seeking $6 billion from BoA to settle claims over bad bonds.
Agency joins other regulators in addressing concerns about liability under Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
Credit union advances one more step toward what is becoming a trend: credit unions buying banks.
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.
Federal banking regulators, including the NCUA, are proposing a rule aimed at encouraging flood insurance customers to buy private flood insurance.
The African-American Credit Union Coalition said it “unequivocally supports” NCUA’s proposal to create a Minority Depository Institution preservation program.
Second Federal Credit Union opened its doors in Chicago Sept. 21, assuming the footprint of a 130-year old failed thrift.