H.R. 5869 would require the NCUA to provide a detailed analysis of Share Insurance Fund use.
House Financial Services Chairman Hensarling's proposed regulatory relief plan falls short, CUNA's Nussle says.
About 65% of credit unions would be eligible for regulatory relief.
Fintech lenders fight for the freedom to innovate while NAFCU and the ABA call for more regulation.
While many of the CFPB restrictions are endorsed by CU trade groups, experts say they'll be deleted when Congress enacts FY17 funding for the federal government.
Thirty-one credit unions remain in Treasury's Community Development Capital Initiative.
Mike Pence appoints a credit union official to a key Indiana state board for the first time this year.
Rubio's advocacy for FI reg relief and stance on Dodd-Frank aligns with LSCU's mission.
The board will address its 2017-2020 strategic plan, which trades say should focus on reg relief, at its next meeting.
A slow-moving Senate and Herrera’s ties to the Center for Responsible Lending could delay his journey to the NCUA board.