Although NCUA’s final rule on corporate credit unions eliminates some onerous provisions from previous versions, it limits retail credit unions’ choices and increases the need for financial scrutiny. And with fewer corporates left, some credit unions are looking outside the credit union movement for services.
The House voted Thursday in favor of an appropriations bill that contains several major victories for credit unions. It does not place NCUA under the appropriations process, and makes significant changes to the CFPB.
The House approved by voice vote Wednesday an amendment removing language placing NCUA under the appropriations process from H.R. 3354, a major victory for CUNA, leagues and credit unions who advocated strongly in support of the amendment.