CUNA launched the second phase of its nationwide grassroots advocacy support of the Senate’s bipartisan regulatory relief bill (S. 2155) this week, after urging Senate leaders last week to give the bill floor consideration.
The CFPB announced Tuesday it intends to engage in a rulemaking process to reconsider its short-term, small-dollar loan rule. The bureau finalized the rule in October 2017, and CUNA’s advocacy resulted in major improvements.
Action is expected this week on several CUNA-backed bills, including House consideration of Rep. Tom Emmer's (R-Minn.) Home Mortgage Disclosure Adjustment Act, which would provide credit unions with HMDA reporting relief.
More than a dozen bipartisan members of Congress wrote to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai Monday asking for CUNA-requested clarifications of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, as presented in its petition.
CUNA is heavily engaged in its support of the bipartisan Senate regulatory relief bill, scheduled to be marked up by the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday, and contains several regulatory relief provisions for credit unions.
CUNA supports NCUA’s proposed rule to revise its advertising rule to provide regulatory relief and provide credit unions parity with banks regarding advertising by permit a another way to communicate status as “insured by NCUA."
With the DOL finalizing an 18-month extension the fiduciary rule’s applicability date, what should credit unions do during the extended transition time? The rule’s amended definition of “fiduciary” became effective June 9.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle joined his counterparts from other trade organizations to publish an op-ed Friday that highlights why a bipartisan commission is the solution to leadership questions at the CFPB for consumers.
Credit unions and other small lenders must have access to a robust secondary mortgage market, CUNA Associate Director of Advocacy Robert Henson told attendees of the Consumer Federation of America’s Financial Services Conference Friday.
Mary Anne Bradfield will become NCUA’s Director of Public and Congressional Affairs, effective Dec. 18. Bradfield comes to the NCUA from the Small Business Administration, where she was chief of staff to the administrator.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle issued an action alert to its members Thursday urging them to contact their members to push for Senate support for the bipartisan regulatory relief bill introduced earlier this month, scheduled for markup Tuesday.
NCUA’s 2018-2022 draft strategic plan is among proposals with comment deadlines in December. Comments on the plan and NCUA's advertising proposal are due Dec. 4, while comments on a stress testing proposal are due Dec. 29.