When I noticed the picture of Camden Fine, president/CEO of the Independent Community Bankers of America on the front page of the June 18 issue of Credit Union Times, two thoughts came to mind: I know that guy and what is his picture doing in a CU publication? Well, it turns out NAFCU and ICBA agree they should oppose a proposal by the Treasury Department to overhaul certain financial regulations. Based on a documented account of Dan Mica’s comments on this topic, it sounds like CUNA feels the same way.

Surprised a trade association representing the credit union movement and another separate and distinct association representing banks agree on something? I’m not. Well, let me qualify that response. At one time in my career, I would have been shocked, today I’m not.

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