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A perfect resource to learn ways to approach regulatory compliance, written by NAFCU’s Regulatory Compliance team.
Get updated on the latest issues and trends affecting credit unions.
The American Bankers Association on Wednesday filed a suit against NCUA over the agency's final field-of-membership rule, which is currently set to take effect Feb. 5.
Credit union leaders participating in today's NAFCU member call-in, "4Q Advocacy Update," will learn from NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger and the association's top governmental affairs staff what potential impacts a Trump administration will have on the industry's regulatory burden and supervision.
NAFCU and three other financial industry trades Wednesday strongly urged Senate leaders to pass legislation that would create a five-person, bipartisan board to govern the CFPB.
The past few years have brought many regulatory changes, and 2016 maintained that pattern; while many rules came from our usual sources, the NCUA and the CFPB, regulations from the DoD and the DOL impacted credit union operations. (Member-only article; login required).
As many of you know, 2017 will be NAFCU’s 50th anniversary. This milestone is a proud moment for our members and their association, and it’s an opportunity to reflect on our achievements and look forward to what lies ahead.
Get the latest details and analysis of NCUA's field of membership reform, including final rule summary, proposed rules and continuing advocacy efforts to modernize FOM rules for credit unions.
Download the final regulation summary and access resources to help you understand and comply with the MLA rules.