The last few years have been very interesting to comment on the news and, while some things have slowed down, now is no different. Many issues from credit union management to matters in Washington continue to evolve and deserve commentary.
Many issues from credit union management to matters in Washington continue to evolve and deserve commentary.
Carla Decker's nomination to the NCUA Board remains highly unresolved. Check out this article from next week's print edition of Credit Union Times.
How quickly he forgot. Newt Gingrich was once crucial to helping credit unions pass a major bill on Capitol Hill. But during a recent GOP presidential debate, he seemed confused about what credit unions are all about.
President Obama was mad as hell and wasn’t going to take it anymore. Nuance, subtlety and appeals to reason weren’t cutting it. So when it came to trying to break gridlock on the confirmation of a director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Obama did it the old fashioned way: He...
One of the nation’s first credit union volunteers to make a 2012 run for a major state office, Ovide Lamontagne, former chairman of the $726 million St. Mary’s Bank, Manchester, N.H., has some advice for CU leaders.
So much to do, so many potential distractions. That’s the outlook facing Congress as it returns to work after its holiday break.
Ovide Lamontagne is Manchester attorney, Tea Party favorite and concerned about gaffes like Gingrich lumping credit unions with Fannie Mae.
President Obama circumvented Senate Republicans and made a recess appointment of Richard Cordray to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In making the appointment he explained that we “shouldn’t be weakening oversight and accountability, we should be strengthening it–especially when it comes to looking out for families."
President Obama plans to name former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.