Last year, 29 NCUA employees made more than $201,000, an increase from 25 the year before, according to agency records.
Last year, 29 NCUA employees were paid more than $201,000 each. Get the full story in this Print Preview from next week's Credit Union Times.
While the newly launched Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has received considerable attention and criticism, the focus for most credit unions is on the NCUA’s Office of Consumer Protection.
Longtime customers of Thrivent Financial Bank, an Appleton, Wis.-based bank with credit union roots, may experience confusion and feelings of déjà vu in the coming months as the bank returns to being a credit union.
There is little doubt that the planned merger of a smaller and neighboring Pennsylvania CU advanced by the $65 million SPE Federal Credit Union of State College became complicated by charter issues, but this is one that took two years to complete.
When the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau begins operations on July 21 it will be a headless wonder, albeit one with lots of clout. At press time, President Obama hadn’t named a permanent director for the CFPB. However, that won’t prevent the bureau from issuing regulations and examining certain large...
An in-depth look at the debut of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is featured in the July 20 edition of Credit Union Times.
Letter exchange continues between NAFCU CEO and NCUA chair over Office of Consumer Protection; now he asks to meet.
NCUA chair says her agency would be vigilant about telling credit union members about any violation of a federal consumer law or regulation.
Credit union trade groups are cautiously optimistic while Republicans are downright frustrated with the early moves of the new consumer bureau.