NCUA Board Nominee Mark McWatters provided a sneak peek into his regulatory views during his confirmation hearing March 13.
WASHINGTON — The Republican from Texas also earned praise from Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).
WASHINGTON - NCUA Board nominee tells Senate committee he'll consider unintended consequences and promote transparency if confirmed.
The Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee nomination hearing for Mark McWatters to serve on the NCUA Board has been rescheduled for March 13.
Confirmation hearing for NCUA board hopeful was postponed due to weather. New date with Senate Banking Committee is March 13.
NCUA board hopeful will share the confirmation panel with three Federal Reserve Board nominees.
NCUA board member also provides a sneak peek at what might be his last major conference speech in his current position.
NCUA Board hopeful Mark McWatters was included on a list of 10 nominees President Barack Obama sent to the Senate for confirmation consideration.
Texas Republican, who served on the Congressional TARP Oversight Panel, would replace Board Member Michael Fryzel.
President Obama's choice to replace Board Member Michael Fryzel opposed the creation of the Small Business Lending Fund.