Low-income credit unions can get valuable advice on applying for Community Development Revolving Loan Fund grants and loans during a Sept. 14 webinar. Online registration for this webinar, “How to Get a Winning Grant/Loan,” is now open.
The Senate is in Washington, D.C., this week and is expected to consider pending nominations. The Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee will conduct a hearing on insurance issues Thursday.
CUNA Chief Economist Mike Schenk discusses credit union development in the first half of the year, including unprecedented loan growth and how that compares to banks in the August 2022 CUNA Economic Update.
CUNA Senior Economist Dawit Kebede said the Labor Department’s August Employment Situation means the Federal Reserve will likely stay on course, raising the interest rate to a restrictive level considering this and the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey.
The last thing Congress should do right now is make life harder for consumers by imposing punishing regulations on their credit cards, Missouri State Rep. Phil Christofanelli wrote in opposition to the Marshall-Durbin interchange bill.
It's time for Congress to make remote online notary a permanent option for homeowners and homebuyers nationwide, CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle wrote in RealClearPolicy in an op-ed with other financial services leaders.
NCUA issued a Letter to Credit Unions Thursday updating its interest rate risk supervisory framework. CUNA wrote to NCUA last week sharing credit unions’ IRR concerns and requesting NCUA change its policies to provide greater examiner flexibility.
NCUA's Office of Consumer Financial Protection is partnering with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to host a webinar focused on how credit unions and their members can prepare for, and remain resilient in the face of, climate-related disasters.
Kansas credit unions and banks issued a statement of opposition to the Marshall-Durbin interchange, which CUNA Deputy Chief Advocacy Officer Jason Stverak said is part of efforts to educate the public in the bill's harmful effects.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s rumored plan to expand Regulation E and the Electronic Fund Transfer Act is unlawful, would contravene the bill’s text, and would run afoul of the Administrative Procedures Act, CUNA wrote to the CFPB Tuesday.
Credit Union Magazine’s Fall 2022 issue highlights credit unions’ role in cryptocurrency, the state of digital assets, cannabis banking compliance, the human side of technology implementation, and involving the board in financial discussions.