News & Insight

Webcast Thursday: How CUs can recover from Equifax breach

Monday, September 25, 2017

As credit unions work to help members who had data stolen during the Equifax breach, NAFCU is offering a free webcast at 2 p.m. Eastern Thursday providing information on how credit unions can prepare for the breach's aftermath.

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CUs, NAFCU at SBA roundtable on commercial lending today

Monday, September 25, 2017

Today, several NAFCU members, association Senior Regulatory Affairs Counsel Michael Emancipator and Regulatory Affairs Counsel Andrew Morris will attend a Small Business Administration (SBA) advocacy roundtable on commercial lending.

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TCCUSF closure proposal on Sept. 28 NCUA Board agenda

Friday, September 22, 2017

The NCUA Board will discuss its proposal to close the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund (TCCUSF) and raise the share insurance fund's normal operating level (NOL) during its open meeting on Sept. 28. NAFCU members oppose this proposal, and the association will continue to advocate for a full TCCUSF refund on behalf of all credit unions.

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NAFCU engaged as House, Senate committees discuss Equifax breach Oct. 3, 4

Friday, September 22, 2017

As details surrounding the Equifax data breach continue to be revealed, NAFCU is engaged with lawmakers as two congressional committees concerned with its consequences have announced dates to hear testimony from Equifax Chairman and CEO Richard Smith.

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Issues & Regulations

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Send Comments on NCUA's Proposed Rule to Close the TCCUSF and Set the Share Insurance Fund Normal Operating Level - Due to NCUA September 5

NCUA Money Watch: Credit Union Refunds from the NCUA Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund

Download comment letter template and talking points, see a full analysis of the rule and calculate your estimated credit union refunds from the NCUA Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund.

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Five Tenets of a Healthy and Appropriate Regulatory Environment that NAFCU Supports

Regulatory Relief

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.

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