FIs regulated by independent agencies don't feel pressed to get final rules published before Inauguration Day.
CUNA and NAFCU believe there's room for improvement in the call report process.
Credit unions can expect the directives of the future president to filter down to all federal agencies.
The Democratic nominee says she will work to cut red tape to provide credit to businesses through small institutions.
Democrats on both sides of Capitol Hill are urging the CFPB to adopt strong rules restricting mandatory arbitration agreements in financial services and other contracts.
The industry must leverage a rare opportunity to shape the way credit unions are regulated for the foreseeable future.
NAFCU’s speaker lineup for the September event also includes CFPB Director Richard Cordray.
A report says the bureau successfully takes rules’ impact on small businesses into account as per Dodd-Frank.
A Council of Economic Advisers report, which omits credit unions, claims Dodd-Frank has not reduced small banks' business.
CUNA expresses dismay in a letter when the bureau reaffirms its position after meeting with credit union leaders.