CUNA is concerned about a recent Federal Communications Commission ruling, and wrote to the National Credit Union Administration this week expressing concerns about how the order will impact the ability of credit unions to communicate with their members.
CUNA’s latest Advocacy Update video details CUNA advocacy efforts around a declaratory ruling issued by the Federal Communications Commission concerning the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the National Credit Union Administration’s member business lending proposal.
WASHINGTON (8/3/15 UPDATED 11: a.m. ET)--The National Credit Union Administration should review its requirement that all federal credit unions use a single set of bylaws, regardless of size and complexity, CUNA believes.
Charges of elder theft, forgery and grand larceny have led the National Credit Union Administration to prohibit four individuals from participating in the affairs of any federally insured financial institution.
Credit unions must weigh in by Aug. 3--Monday--if they want the National Credit Union Administration to consider their views concerning the list of regulations the agency is currently reviewing for updates.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s proposed overtime rule would affect a substantial portion of credit union employees, particularly at smaller credit unions and those in rural or underserved areas, CUNA told the department Tuesday.