A top Obama administration official wouldn't spell out its plans for reforming Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac but said the goals of any program will be to ensure available mortgage credit,
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau probably won't be up and running until early next year, but the NCUA, other agencies and the credit union trade associations are already starting to gear up.
Saying he wants a system where financial services institutions "compete on price and quality, not on tricks and not on traps,"
In the movies and on TV they're easily recognizable by the plaid coat, slicked back hair and too-good-to-be-true sales pitch.
From the halls of the Treasury Department to town meetings in the states, credit unions and their allies began the last
WASHINGTON -- For credit unions, the upcoming House-Senate conference committee on the financial regulatory overhaul is coming down largely to interchange fee regulation.
WASHINGTON -- If credit unions hope to kill the provisions to further regulate interchange fees in the financial regulation bill they will have to do it with the administration sitting on the sidelines.
Frustrated by months of congressional inaction, President Obama on Saturday made a recess appointment of Jeffrey Goldstein as undersecretary of treasury for domestic finance.
WASHINGTON -- The top Treasury Department official on credit unions said that the proposed agency to regulate consumer financial products will give credit unions a more stable regulatory environment in which to operate.
WASHINGTON -- The top Treasury Department official on credit unions said today that the proposed agency to regulate consumer financial products will give credit unions a more stable regulatory environment in which to operate.