As the House and Senate are both now back in session, NAFCU today will launch its 2018 priorities on Capitol Hill identifying the top credit union issues before Congress this year. NAFCU unveiled its 2018 priorities last week, which will guide the association in its role as the credit union industry's top Washington watchdog.
In the letter to top congressional leaders, NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger outlines the top legislative tenets and priorities identified by the NAFCU Board, which is made up of credit union CEOs from across the country. The priorities include:
NAFCU and its members will build upon the achievements of 2017 and maintain its advocacy efforts both on Capitol Hill and through local grassroots action to ensure a legislative and regulatory environment in which credit unions can thrive. The House Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit will review some regulatory relief measures supported by NAFCU during a hearing Tuesday, including:
Also happening this week: