The three big credit union trade associations worked for years to find a way to allow supplemental capital for non-low income credit unions.
Some industry sources say Senate Banking Committee might pair nomination with Carla Decker bid for NCUA.
Three months and still no hearing. That has been the fate so far of Carla Decker, President Obama’s nominee to succeed Gigi Hyland on the NCUA Board.
The last few years have been very interesting to comment on the news and, while some things have slowed down, now is no different. Many issues from credit union management to matters in Washington continue to evolve and deserve commentary.
Spanish-speaking consumers can obtain additional information on credit unions and the services they provide from the expanded NCUA website.
Many issues from credit union management to matters in Washington continue to evolve and deserve commentary.
Carla Decker's nomination to the NCUA Board remains highly unresolved. Check out this article from next week's print edition of Credit Union Times.
Maybe credit unions should avoid words that begin with D. The industry has worked to increase its clout in Washington and made some progress.
The House Banking Committee focused on oversight and trying to undo or modify some of President Obama’s initiatives while the Senate Banking Committee focused on less sweeping efforts in 2011.
I am writing in response to both your article on TDR reporting (Nov. 2, page 1) and Michael Poulos’ response (Nov. 23, page 15). I wanted to offer some opinions on how to improve on a few of the issues imposed by TDR reporting and tracking.