The House Financial Services Committee advances privacy notice and other credit union-friendly legislation.
Bethpage FCU takes proactive steps to introduce supplemental capital legislation that now has momentum.
If passed, credit unions will be able to accept other forms of capital under certain conditions.
Had the RBC rule been in effect in 2009, NAFCU says more credit unions would have struggled to remain well-capitalized.
If passed, the law would adjust the definition of points and fees under the Truth in Lending Act.
NAFCU and CUNA prepare to protect tax exemption this year in anticipation of possible tax reform.
CUNA and NAFCU write Congress in support of a bill that would require a study of Reg D effects on institutions and consumers.
Credit union trade associations push the Senate to pass a number of bills already approved by the House.
Privacy notification, FHLB access for privately insured credit unions and other half-passed bills in trades' sights.
On Oct. 20, the CFPB finalized a rule that allows financial institutions that meet requirements to post their annual privacy notices online instead of through the mail.