Industry economists agree that if the U.S. plunges off the fiscal cliff Dec. 31, credit unions probably won’t see any ill effects right away. However, even if a so-called grand bargain is reached between Democrats and Republicans, credit unions could see the loan growth momentum gained this year grind to...
Community bankers lobby says mistaken entry in bill "reignites the controversy."
NAFCU and CUNA both spoke out Thursday against the new annual budget approved earlier in the day by the NCUA Board.
The 2012 elections came and went, but the Republican revolution never showed. Democrat Barack Obama will return to the White House for four more years, and the Democrats not only retained control of the Senate, they picked up another seat.
Friday afternoon speech not expected to include new plan, but rather a call for Congress to negotiate.
There is strong evidence of a “grand bargain” being agreed to by Congress and the White House by year-end in order to avert a dramatic impact on the economy.
"I see a brand new ball game," says former congressman/CUNA CEO.
“Credit unions … yes … love my credit unions,” Elizabeth Warren said in her Massachusetts victory speech Tuesday night.
Big banks the big targets, for now.
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.