The House voted Thursday night in favor of the CUNA-backed bill, the Home Mortgage Disclosure Adjustment Act (H.R. 2954), which would raise the reporting threshold for certain Home Mortgage Disclosure Act requirements.
Today Credit Union National Association (CUNA) sent this letter to Senate Banking Committee leadership prior to this morning’s hearing on ways to enhance consumers’ access to capital entitled, “Legislative Proposals on Access to Capital."
Today the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and Credit Union Legislative Action Committee (CULAC) are showing support for credit-union friendly congressional candidates in this week's primary elections. Key states include Colorado, Maryland, New York, Oklahoma and Utah with runoff elections in Mississippi and South Carolina.
Credit Union National Association (CUNA) presented evidence to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection supporting the idea that credit unions should be exempt from regulations targeted at other industry bad actors. In a copy of its comprehensive white paper, CUNA urges the Bureau to conduct an extensive review of the regulations under its jurisdiction.
CUNA Lending eSchool will be held Aug. 7-28, 2018. Eight sessions will cover current issues in credit union lending to provide professionals the opportunity to broaden and update their lending expertise.
CUNA Councils has officially launched their 2018 All In campaign. Starting in 2015, the annual campaign encourages credit unions to unlock the full value of CUNA Councils by signing up one credit union professional for each Council.
Over one hundred members of the House signed onto a letter submitted Wednesday to Attorney General Jeff Sessions to seek guidance and clarity on how to best comply with website standards for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). America's credit unions continue to be targets of predatory litigation alleging ADA violations, specifically as it applies to websites.
One-size-fits all rules from the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection are forcing credit unions to pull back safe and affordable products from the market. Credit Union National Association (CUNA) is making several recommendations in its comprehensive white paper in response to the Bureau's request for information (RFI) on adopted regulations and new rulemaking authority.
Today the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) voted on several revisions at its monthly meeting, namely a final rule on Field of Membership (FOM). The rule will permit credit unions to submit a field of membership application to serve a well-defined local community exceeding 2.5 million people.