Our combined advocacy and grassroots efforts pushed the regulatory relief bill through the Senate.
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NAFCU is committed to protecting credit unions by fighting the recent flood of ADA website litigation targeting well-intentioned credit unions.
In a win for the credit union industry, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on Friday found the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) definition of "autodialer" to be arbitrary and capricious. NAFCU has repeatedly told the FCC that its definition has led to financial institutions ceasing important communications with members about their accounts over fear of inadvertently violating the rule.
The House yesterday passed NAFCU-supported legislation to increase fairness and transparency in federal regulators' examination processes. Ahead of the bill's passage, NAFCU's Brad Thaler wrote House leaders in support of the bill as "credit unions can sometimes face inconsistent and unclear examinations."
A former chief information officer of Equifax this week was charged with insider trading in advance of the company's massive data breach announcement last September that exposed personal identifiable information of about 148 million U.S. customers. NAFCU continues to call on Congress to instate national data security standards - akin to those followed by credit unions - in an effort to curb future breaches.
Since the dawn of credit unions, boards of directors have occupied the first line of accountability and community goodwill.
NAFCU is raising the bar in 2018, and that means we’re ramping up efforts to provide more of what you need to thrive and successfully serve your members.
Fight back with the facts. NAFCU's 2017 study, "Economic Benefits of the Credit Union Tax Exemption to Consumers, Businesses, and the U.S. Economy" sets the record straight. Use the data in our study to strengthen your argument when talking to members of Congress and opinion leaders.
Credit unions did not contribute to the financial crisis yet are still subject to increasing regulatory requirements mandated under the Dodd-Frank Act. Accordingly, broad-based regulatory relief continues to be a top priority for NAFCU and its member credit unions.