CEO Jim Blaine said nation's second-largest credit union is sound and that SECU "can't get a straight answer" from federal regulators.
The NCUA’s second listening session, which attracted approximately 100 participants to the Westin Hotel in Alexandria, Va., was intended to address exam issues and the regulatory burden. The event did address exams, but questions also revealed two potential regulatory changes.
NCUA, credit unions share common interests and can work together to support the industry, NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz tell annual meeting.
Topics discussed at the event covered NCUA’s new interest rate risk policy, member business lending regulations, the exam appeal process, overdrafts and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Openness at Fed about stress tests sets good example for same from NCUA, consultant Glatt argues.
Larry Fazio says good working relationship is usually the case but that there have been breakdowns and "tension inherent."
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.
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