This preview from next week's print edition looks at what credit union lobbyists win, or don't win, on Capitol Hill.
Bill rolled out by House GOP last week would eliminate Fannie and Freddie and modify qualified mortgage regulations.
From the Wall Street Journal to the activist blog Zero Hedge, economists and pundits have been actively debating this year whether or not a student loan asset bubble exists and if so, when it might pop.
North Carolina congressman's nomination to FHFA top spot prompts careful comments from trades.
Senate bill would end subsidies for the biggest banks and abandon Basel III for the smaller ones. Credit unions? Not mentioned.
Montana Democrat's departure may or may not affect tax reform, credit union exemption, lobbyists say.
On April 10 the House Financial Services Committee has scheduled a hearing to focus on the regulatory burdens facing community financial institutions that will focus on credit unions.
NAFCU, CUNA invited to House Ways and Means working group session on Thursday as part of tax reform initiative.
CUNA, NAFCU line up credit union CEOs for April 10 session with House Financial Services Committee.
Rhode Island's Reed, New York's Schumer seen eyeing top post on Senate Banking Committee as South Dakota's Johnson retires.