The NCUA on Thursday said that two-thirds of the 1,003 credit unions offered the eligibility to become a low-income credit union have accepted.
Change is inevitable at the NCUA following the announcements by Board Member Gigi Hyland and Executive Director David Marquis that they’re leaving the agency.
Credit unions shouldn’t look for a nomination to replace Board Member Gigi Hyland soon.
The NCUA is making efforts to streamline that can often go unnoticed when so many other compliance issues have been hitting credit unions. Some, such as Dodd-Frank requirements, are beyond the agency’s control. Others like the CUSO and participations rules are seemingly in perpetual limbo, lurking in a corner for...
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Credit union events at the Republican National Convention happened outside the walls of the Tampa Bay Times Forum last week, but two credit union CEOs were among those inside the convention, listening to the speeches and roll call.
Art and Mary Wood are Tampa-area GOP activists and will have inside seats at the convention in their hometown.
New Orleans credit union plans to use $2 million of grant for low-interest loans to existing grocers to help improve fresh produce inventory.
As drought-stricken businesses across the country are in dire need of assistance, the Obama administration asked the regulators to find ways to provide aid. The NCUA responded by informing 1,003 credit unions of their eligibility for low-income designation and allowing them to opt-in rather than slogging through paperwork.