The regulatory burden has a price tag--so far--of $56 per credit union member in Georgia, according to a study commissioned by CUNA and cited by Georgia Credit Union Affiliates in a recent Atlantic Business Chronicle article.
Credit Union Association of the Dakotas President/CEO Jeff Olson detailed the negative impact regulatory burden has had on the states’ credit unions and their more than 470,000 members in op-eds appearing in North Dakota and South Dakota newspapers this week.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (3/31/16)--After publishing an article about the increasing regulatory burden on credit unions, the Albuquerque Journal followed it up with an editorial that supported credit unions’ concerns.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (3/29/16)--New Mexico residents learned about the effect the Dodd-Frank Act and its regulatory regime are having on the state’s credit unions in a Monday article in the Albuquerque Journal.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (3/2/16)--In an interview with S&P Global Market Intelligence, Alabama CU CEO Steve Swofford detailed the effects of increased regulation on the Tuscaloosa, Ala.-based credit union.
With the first of four debates between presidential and vice presidential candidates kicking off Monday night, CUNA is launching the next phase of its "Strong Credit Unions. Strong Middle Class" campaign, allowing stakeholders to share the credit union message.
CUNA continues to push for a delay in the Department of Labor’s overtime rule so the agency has time to fully assess the impact the plan would have on credit unions, especially smaller ones and those in non-metropolitan areas.