WASHINGTON — Credit union leaders meet with lawmakers to push for expanding access to supplemental capital.
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Credit unions executives located in or near Rep. Gary Miller’s (R-Calif.) district in Southern California voiced their approval of a bill introduced by the House Financial Committee leader on June 28.
Bill rolled out by House GOP last week would eliminate Fannie and Freddie and modify qualified mortgage regulations.
Thursday hearing will focus on secondary mortgage market reform bill.
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Executives from Southern California credit unions voiced their approval of a bill introduced Friday by Rep. Gary Miller that would establish a risk-based capital system.
CUNA Chief Economist Bill Hampel will be among panelists at a congressional discussion on plans to reform the secondary mortgage market.
Jerry Reed, chief lending officer from the $5.3 billion Alaska USA FCU, told lawmakers during a June 18 hearing on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s qualified mortgage rule that products and product features were responsible for the mortgage market meltdown, not underwriting standards.