Get ready to experience the powerhouse event of the year for today's credit union leaders.
Read the most recent congressional testimony from Patriot FCU's President and CEO, download our five-point plan and more.
See what leadership expert John Spence says in the latest issue of The Federal Credit Union magazine.
As urged by NAFCU, NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz has told association President and CEO Dan Berger the agency will be examining credit unions for reasonable, good faith efforts to comply with CFPB’s Truth in Lending Act/Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act rules as of Aug. 1.
NAFCU attended a CFPB field hearing in Richmond, Va., Thursday on payday
lending – specifically addressing CFPB’s plan to gather input on a
future proposed rule on this issue – and keeping its members’ concerns
The House Financial Services Committee, voting 49-9, on Thursday favorably reported to the full House a NAFCU-backed bill to require federal regulators to "stop and study" the impact of their rules, including NCUA's risk-based capital proposal, on financial institutions' mortgage servicing assets.
We measure so many things. Risks. Delinquencies. Hold times. ROA. Staff turnover. Assets. Take a look at any of those things. Your ROA may be .89. Your assets may be $573 million. Your telephone hold time may be 37 seconds. Is that good or bad?
When leaders at Visions Federal Credit Union in upstate New York were ready to merge with a smaller community credit union, they were excited to offer new members free checking accounts with direct deposit.
Download our Regulatory Alert for a summary of the new proposed risk-based capital rule and a link to send NAFCU your comments. Help fight this expensive, unnecessary regulatory burden.
Peggy Bosma-LaMascus, president and CEO of Patriot Federal Credit Union, testified before the House Financial Services Committee on the need for regulatory relief for credit unions. Download this and more recent regulatory relief testimony.