Banking officials ask for more transparency from credit unions.
Editorial commentary on current issues from CU Times' editorial staff and correspondents.
A federal agency proposes new anti-money laundering rules for non-federally insured credit unions.
Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton lays out plans to ease the regulatory burden on small financial institutions, including credit unions.
NAFCU believes the CFPB is placing undue burden on CUs; association leaders appeal to Congress for help.
CFPB announces eight new members to its Credit Union Advisory Council to add perspective for future policy work.
CFPB director, Richard Cordray reminds senators, "community banks and credit unions did not cause the financial crisis.”
Credit unions tell the CFPB they should be exempt from arbitration agreements due to the unique relationship CUs have with members.
Take a look at where both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand on the ACA, minimum wage, and paid family leave.
Former Capitol Hill policymakers say credit unions must play defense when it comes to federal tax exemption.