As the credit union movement continues to embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion, credit unions have taken a hard look at ways to serve traditionally underserved communities, work that's paying off among Latinx communities across the country.
Several months of credit union advocacy has brought positive changes in the fiscal year 2020 NDAA. As Congress returns from its recess, CUNA hopes to keep that momentum going, activating credit union members to keep a provision out of the final bill.
The CFPB issued a final rule Thursday extending the 500 open-ended line of credit HMDA reporting threshold for an additional two years, to Jan. 1, 2022. CUNA is supportive of the 500 line-of-credit threshold but has called for the CFPB to make it permanent.
The World Council of Credit Unions will celebrate International Credit Union Day’s 71st anniversary on Oct. 17 with a daylong social media promotion of ICU Day activities and events spanning multiple continents.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order requiring regulators to seek comment on major federal guidance and better explain the guidance. CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle called a "a strong step toward reining in regulator overreach.”
CUNA-affiliated CEOs and senior executives should check their email inbox to ensure they’ve received CUNA’s annual membership survey to help ensure CUNA has an accurate picture of member credit unions and how to effectively continue to meet their needs.
The board of the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International adopted a resolution on diversity, equity and inclusion last week. CUNA worked closely with the NCBA CLUSA Board on their resolution.