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NAFCU is now a part of two global blockchain initiatives.
Tell your Senator to support regulatory relief and repeal NCUA's RBC rule.
The credit union tax exemption - thanks to consistent advocacy by NAFCU and numerous meetings held among key legislators, NAFCU and its members - remains untouched in the reconciled tax reform legislation released today by House-Senate conference leaders.
Reps. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., and Paul Cook, R-Calif., on Thursday introduced a NAFCU-sought bill that would allow credit unions of all charter types to add underserved areas to their fields of membership.
Rep. Tom Emmer, R-Minn., yesterday introduced legislation that would delay the collection and reporting of new data points under the CFPB's Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) final rule. The rule is currently set to take effect in just weeks; NAFCU has recommended that the bureau delay mandatory compliance to Jan. 1, 2019, but permit a voluntary compliance period.
NAFCU Regulatory Affairs Counsel Ann Kossachev urged the CFPB in a letter Thursday to reevaluate its rulemakings related to first- and third-party debt collection. Kossachev wrote that the CFPB has failed to recognize the unique structure of credit unions, which should be exempted from these rules.
Effective leaders need to show genuine respect and care – I dare say love – toward their employees. The impact you have on people, especially your employees, is a direct reflection of your success as a leader.
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.