Hear from Dan Berger on NAFCU's top advocacy priorities.
Cybersecurity is a top focus for 2016 NCUA exams. Get tips to prepare.
Complimentary webcast offers an in-depth look at how to best prepare for the required exams and utilize the material.
NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger on Friday said the association wholeheartedly supports NCUA’s proposed field-of-membership rule, but he said this is just a starting point on the road to securing comprehensive regulatory relief for credit unions.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is headed to Capitol Hill this week to testify on monetary policy and the state of the economy. She testifies Wednesday before the House Financial Services Committee and Thursday before the Senate Banking Committee.
Discussing the impact of several regulatory and legislative issues affecting the financial services industry, NAFCU Director of Political Affairs Dan O'Brien talked about the importance of credit union involvement within the political process on BlogTalkRadio Friday.
I mentor a couple of Florida State University and Harvard students as well as some graduates. My No. 1 piece of advice: Have a can-do attitude.
A discussion of steps credit unions can take to prepare for IT and cybersecurity examinations. While these examinations are time-consuming and technical, there are some helpful starting points a credit union can begin with to encourage a smooth, not disruptive, and unsurprising IT and cybersecurity exam.
Read about the issue, download talking points for your comment letters and send comments to NCUA by their deadline.
Read NAFCU's legislative and regulatory priorities for the coming year, including preserving the credit union tax exemption, pushing for regulatory relief, pursuing clear Dodd-Frank Act guidance, and more.