WASHINGTON — The timing is perfect for credit unions to lobby their congressional representatives to lift the business lending cap, a key CUNA lobbyist told the GAC.
I read, with great interest, the Editor’s Column on the recently introduced legislation pertaining to the oversight review of financial regulators [CU Times, Feb. 8]. It is no surprise that the two major credit union trade organizations have jumped on the bandwagon of those supporting HR 3461, the Financial Institution...
Here’s a news flash: The NCUA’s annual budget is a sound investment by credit unions to protect their bottom lines.
This opinion piece will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
NCUA chairman will hold third town hall webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 9, to continue "pen dialog with credit union stakeholders."
The NCUA is currently considering amendments to Part 703, the investment regulation. NCUA has not yet issued proposed changes.
The NCUA is currently considering amendments to Part 703, the investment regulation. NCUA has not yet issued proposed changes. From them, consider this idea: a mutual fund of credit union loans.
NCUA sharply rebuts Weiss Ratings conclusions.
That's been the case this past year in credit union technology. That old saying is also considered a back-handed curse,
By most accounts, 2010 should have been a barn burner in the number of credit union mergers, based on rising assessments, the corporate crisis and a bad economy hitting a large part of the country.