Over the next four weeks, 19 credit union leagues from 26 states will be in D.C. to “hike the hill,” meeting with lawmakers, regulators and CUNA staff, as fall is generally the busiest time of year for visits.
WASHINGTON (2/26/16)--The ever-increasing regulatory burden credit unions are subject to was chief among the topics of discussion with thousands of credit union leaders and their elected officials on Capitol Hill this week. As part of the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference, nearly 5,000 credit unions leaders lined up meetings with legislators to discuss credit union issues.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray will step down from the agency by the end of the month after serving since 2013. CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle said CUNA looks forward to a new era at the bureau, one that takes credit unions’ structure and purpose into account during rulemakings.
More than 300 credit union compliance professionals from 237 credit unions and more than 20 associations attended last week’s CUNA/NASCUS BSA Conference to get the latest information on BSA compliance from regulators, attorneys and other compliance professionals.