According to NAFCU, the agreement will increase the number of credit unions offering SBA loans.
The NCUA schedules a budget briefing; whether the agency will be included in the appropriations process remains in question.
Lawmakers are at odds of rolling back regulations as the details of the Equifax data breach emerge.
During the NAFCU Congressional Caucus, lawmakers expect to enact small changes to financial services regulations.
During the NAFCU Congressional Caucus, Metsger warns the audience of an assessment if insurance funds aren't merged.
A Senator uses Wells Fargo and Equifax as examples to keep the CFPB's arbitration rule, while CU trades oppose it.
More than one million students are defaulting on their student loans; Trump cabinet member blames the CFPB.
CUNA endorses the NCUA's closure of the TCC Union Stabilization Fund but opposes agency's plan to boost operating level to 1.39%.
Every one of the major issues facing Congress this fall will have an impact on the issues credit union folks care about.
The regulatory climate and direction facing credit unions remains decidedly clouded.