Some Republicans oppose the bill because it would not complete repeal the controversial health care law.
CU Times speaks with NASCUS CEO Lucy Ito about her first year running the trade group.
When approving the final rule by a 2-1 board vote, the NCUA stressed the rule will only require 16 credit union to take action.
The proposed ban on class-action waivers in arbitration clauses could inflate compliance costs and eliminate products/services.
Editorial commentary on current issues from CU Times' editorial staff and correspondents.
The final rule only impacts 24% of credit unions and will not inhibit low-risk lending.
Fourteen cooperatives will pay a total of $3,491 in fines for missing the second quarter deadline.
New rules could lead to inflated compliance costs and product/service eliminations.
Sarah Snell Cooke weighs in on the latest credit union news.
The agreement brings the agency’s recoveries in cases stemming from faulty security purchases to $2.2 billion.