CUNA Deputy Chief Advocacy Officer Elizabeth Eurgubian discussed the credit union perspective on housing reform and other topics at a panel discussion Thursday.
The panel was hosted by Women in Housing and Finance Inc. as part of a symposium examining the future of financial regulation during President Donald Trump’s administration.
Eurgubian’s panel discussed the industry perspective on:
Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho), chair of the Senate Banking Committee, also spoke at the event and said there was fair likelihood Congress gets Fannie and Freddie reform done this year, but there are other priorities at the top of the list now.
Crapo added that the committee has received more than 100 responses to its call for regulatory reform proposals. CUNA submitted its comments earlier this month, and listed 4 proposals that it says would create economic growth by fostering a more favorable environment for credit unions.