Learn more about this historic change to strengthen credit union advocacy at the federal level.
NAFCU has partnered with CBANC to give you access to free compliance policies, procedures and more shared by industry peers.
Ask your members of Congress to cosponsor the Credit Union Risk-Based Capital Study Act of 2015.
KrebsOnSecurity has identified a potential card breach affecting Trump hotels in Chicago, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami and New York.
Larry Fazio, the director of NCUA's Office of Examination and Insurance and the architect of the agency's proposed member business lending rule changes, talked about NCUA's "cultural shift" on the subject and the history of MBLs in credit unions during a free NAFCU webcast Wednesday.
A July 21 NCUA webinar on avoiding compliance violations will feature two panelists familiar to NAFCU members: NAFCU Director of Regulatory Compliance JiJi Bahhur and NAFCU Senior Regulatory Compliance Counsel Bernadette Clair.
Last week, the CFPB released its eighth edition - Summer 2015 - of Supervisory Highlights. Each of these reports outline illegal practices that the CFPB's examiners uncovered during a specific timeframe.
In the wake of the Great Recession, credit unions hunkered down. They worked through charge-offs. They grappled with NCUA share insurance fund assessments, lower interest rates, an abundance of deposits. They scrutinized their balance sheets and focused on the fundamentals. It was survival mode.
This legislation will stop NCUA from moving forward with their second risk-based capital proposal until completing and delivering to Congress a thorough study.
Data security breaches are a serious problem for both consumers and businesses. We urge credit unions to take action.