Credit union lobbyists agree that the way Congress approaches the post-election lame duck session will largely depend upon Tuesday’s outcomes.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — Two credit union political stalwarts went head-to-head regarding the upcoming political elections and issues at the NCUA.
LAS VEGAS — While the first day of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association’s 16th annual conference featured optimism about credit union housing finance amid an uncertain economy, the second day was overshadowed by concerns about regulatory changes and secondary-market uncertainty.
Change is inevitable at the NCUA following the announcements by Board Member Gigi Hyland and Executive Director David Marquis that they’re leaving the agency.
LAS VEGAS — Costs associated with ongoing CFPB regulations remain a concern.
Call CEO pay the credit union governance hot potato. “This is certainly an increasingly hot topic,” said attorney Michael Lozoff, chair of the credit union practice at Shutts and Bowen in Miami.
ATM disclosure requirement that passed the House last week will have to return before becoming law, thanks to new package created in the Senate Tuesday.
Former NCUA staffer addresses examiner issues in address to Montana credit unions.
Former credit union lobbyist Marvin Umholtz said the industry shouldn’t fear a new banker super PAC, saying the Friends of Traditional Banking PAC, will function “more like a scalpel than a battle axe.”
Former lobbyist Marvin Umholtz said credit unions shouldn’t fear the new Friends of Traditional Banking PAC, saying it will function “more like a scalpel than a battle axe.”