Despite the divided Congress that will take office in January, CUNA, leagues and credit unions are well-positioned in a challenging legislative environment, CUNA noted in its post-election whitepaper, released Thursday.
Credit unions are well positioned after Tuesday’s election into the 116th Congress, CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle said during CUNA’s post-election webinar. CUNA’s CreditUnionsVote.com website got more than 13,000 hits during the election cycle.
CUNA will pursue the extension of two expired tax cuts, known as “tax extenders,” during the final months of the 115th Congress. Tax extenders are temporary tax provisions, and Congress may consider a tax extender package in late 2018.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle and CUNA leaders will break down what a Democrat-controlled House and a larger Republican majority in the Senate means for credit unions Thursday in a free webinar for CUNA members.
A U.S. District Court judge ordered a stay of the implementation date of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s short-term, small-dollar lending rule Tuesday, which the bureau intends amend in January.
Thirty-one credit union professionals earned the Credit Union Certified Marketing Executive designation and 66 earning the Credit Union Business Development Professional designation at the 2018 CUNA Marketing and Business Development Certification Schools.
Tuesday’s mid-term elections resulted in a credit union friendly majority being elected to the 116th Congress, and CUNA, leagues, credit unions and members were heavily involved in the election, including support for 388 candidates.
CUNA Lending Council proudly recognized the winners of the 2018 CUNA Lending Council Awards, as well as the 2018-2019 CUNA Lending Council Executive Committee at this year’s CUNA Lending Council Conference, October 28-31, in Anaheim, CA.
Credit Union Magazine’s special 2020 Credit Union Rock Stars edition celebrates creative, innovative, and passionate professionals and volunteers working to advance the missions of their credit unions.