The House Financial Services Committee will mark up H.R. 2769 Wednesday.
The move aligns the Fed's same-day ACH service with NACHA's rules. Trades express concern about costs to credit unions.
Total loans increase from the originally proposed 500 to 2,000 per year.
Up to 9,000 FIs will soon receive class action suit participation notices, attorney says.
In comment letters, bankers say the NCUA’s proposed changes to the MBL cap calculation defy Congress.
Trades gear up to fight the agency’s wish to regulate third-party vendors that serve credit unions.
Bill would give bank regulators authority to exempt banks from burdensome regs.
NCUA's chairman and board members disagree on the process of negotiating a five-year union contract.
Retailer calls the suit sensational, says financial institutions chose to incur breach costs.
Union deal includes pay raises and reimbursements for professional licenses and TSA pre-check boarding.