Panel to take up housing finance reform with a focus on private investments.
In a Guest Opinion article in Credit Union Times [Jan. 23 issue, page xx], former CUNA president Dan Mica, now an industry consultant, shared his forecast for the 113th Congress. His prediction that measuring the success of the next two years by what does not occur rather than by what...
These powerful leaders oversee financial institutions and the NCUA, originate tax reform and wield considerable influence.
The NCUA will likely have much to consider as it reads through more than 280 comment letters that came in on the agency’s proposal to amend the CUSO rule.
For some credit unions, finding ways to create alternative capital can be a daunting and ongoing strategic maneuver.
The attack on NCUA policies spearheaded last December in a petition drive by a Michigan CUSO group entered a new phase last week when a Tennessee group joined the fray.
The coordinator of an ad hoc, Tennessee-based group of credit union CEOs and managers with beefs about NCUA and “overreach” by federal agencies made clear Thursday the group’s motives: get the attention of Congress in a hurry.
NCUA was the object of more heat this week from an ad hoc group of 32 CEOs and credit union executives submitting a complaining petition to Congressional committees.
However Congress reforms the government-sponsored enterprises for the secondary mortgage market, NAFCU wants lawmakers to ensure stability in those markets through that reform.