The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is just beginning its work, but that hasn’t stopped its critics from aiming their rhetorical fire at it.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is still in its infancy but critics already say it's not playing nicely with others.
Regulations conflict and often harm the people they are meant to protect, CU execs argue.
Credit union execs share what scares them on Halloween: Regulatory burden.
WASHINGTON — While the topic was ostensibly a bill to raise the cap on credit union member business lending, credit unions and banks sparred over a range of subjects at an Oct. 12 House subcommittee hearing.
A House subcommittee has chosen Christopher Columbus’ birthday to explore whether to give credit unions the right to raise the cap on member business loans.
House Financial Services subcommittee will hold hearing in member business lending cap increase Oct. 12.
West Virginia Republican says "communications with the agency have been very good."
Rep. Shelley Moore Capito tells NAFCU Congressional Caucus her subcommittee will hold hearing "sometime in October"on raising member business lending cap.
Group urges first-term GOP Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle to support interchange cap delay.