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  • The Regulatory Affair Enewsletter Archive Issues
    View previous versions of The Regulatory Affair enewsletter by clicking on the issue links below. Note: This is a NAFCU member-only publication. NAFCU members must be logged into the NAFCU website to view this publication.
  • Publications
    Browse and subscribe to NAFCU's publications for credit unions. Be sure to update your communications preferences so you receive the information most important to you.
  • Cover Story

      Nov/Dec 2010       What economic fortune-tellers are saying about 2011 for credit unions.   As Yogi Berra once famously noted, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” Of course, no one knows this better than today’s economists. Just about all of them, including the most celebrated

  • Annual Report
    You can view NAFCU's most recent Annual Financial Reports here.
  • CUs’ consumer credit share rose in February
    Credit unions continued to grow their share of the consumer credit market in February as banks and finance companies logged new declines, NAFCU Staff Economist Curt Long said Monday.
  • NAFCU Adds New Reports to Economic & CU Monitor: Regional Outlook and Forecast
    NAFCU has introduced two new sections, the Regional Outlook and a Forecast, to its monthlyEconomic & CU Monitor.
  • Waters, Fryzel tout CUs at AACUC conference
    Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., and NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel touted credit unions’ work serving low-income and underserved communities and urged their continued growth during the annual conference of the African American Credit Union Coalition last week in Charleston, S.C.
  • Atypical conditions help lift retail sales
    Retail sales exceeded expectations in March, but a good chunk of the month’s gain was likely due to unusual circumstances, such as unseasonably warm weather and the release of the new iPad.
  • CFPB releases origination exam procedures
    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday released its mortgage origination examination procedures – a key element in the bureau’s implementation of its supervision program over nonbank financial entities.
  • Special call-in tomorrow to detail corporates
    NAFCU is hosting a special member call-in tomorrow where Scott Hunt, director of NCUA’s office of corporate credit unions, will join the association’s government affairs staff in providing an update on corporate credit union issues, including the latest on Western Bridge Corporate FCU and U.S. Central Bridge Corporate FCU.
  • Perlmutter, Clay confirmed for Caucus
    Reps. Ed Perlmutter, D-Colo., and William Clay, D-Mo., are the latest to join the lineup of speakers for NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus set for Sept. 18-21 at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel in Washington.
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  • Work Smarter, Not Harder

      Jan/Feb 2011     Credit unions are answering the call for smart phone-based banking as more members carry their lives in their hands.   Like many newly minted college graduates, LaBrandon Dates lives on his smart phone, so he was thrilled when his employer, AOD FCU, launched its first mobile bank

  • What Will Tomorrow’s Executive Look Like?

      Jan/Feb 2011     Credit unions are answering the call for smart phone-based banking as more members carry their lives in their hands.   Like many newly minted college graduates, LaBrandon Dates lives on his smart phone, so he was thrilled when his employer, AOD FCU, launched its first mobile bank

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  • LEED-ing the Way With Green-Certified Buildings

      Jan/Feb 2011     Credit unions are answering the call for smart phone-based banking as more members carry their lives in their hands.   Like many newly minted college graduates, LaBrandon Dates lives on his smart phone, so he was thrilled when his employer, AOD FCU, launched its first mobile bank

  • Credit Unions “Connect in Chicago”

      Jan/Feb 2011     Credit unions are answering the call for smart phone-based banking as more members carry their lives in their hands.   Like many newly minted college graduates, LaBrandon Dates lives on his smart phone, so he was thrilled when his employer, AOD FCU, launched its first mobile bank

  • Potomac View

        Jan/Feb 2011     2011 and beyond “As our industry continues to move forward in this fast-paced and ever- changing environment, doing what we have always done may well not get us where we need to go.” Looking back on 2010, I think we can all say it was a year that we are thankful to put in

  • Inside NAFCU

      Jan/Feb 2011       Another standout year on tap for conferences By Chrisalyn Santos   NAFCU’s education programs are known for providing credit unions with the information, tools and solutions they need to better serve their members while keeping pace with changes in the financial services indust

  • From the Editors

      Jan/Feb 2011   From the Editors A new year...and new challenges While the history books have closed on 2010, the challenges credit unions faced last year did not end with the singing of Auld Lang Syne. In fact, 2011 is likely to be another remarkable and tumultuous year for our industry.

  • From the Chair

        Jan/Feb 2011     A more optimistic take on 2011 Rest assured that NAFCU will be pressing the new Congress to undertake vigorous oversight of those Dodd-Frank provisions that could be detrimental to our industry. While it remains unclear at this early stage how 2011 will turn out for credi

  • Compliance Central

      Jan/Feb 2011        Looking      By Anthony Demangone   The economy is starting to show signs of recovery.  Republican gains in the House and the Senate have political pundits predicting a season of gridlock. NCUA has released its blueprint for the corporate credit union industry, and credit unions ar

  • Potomac View

        Jan/Feb 2011     2011 and beyond “As our industry continues to move forward in this fast-paced and ever- changing environment, doing what we have always done may well not get us where we need to go.” Looking back on 2010, I think we can all say it was a year that we are thankful to put in

  • Inside NAFCU

      Jan/Feb 2011       Another standout year on tap for conferences By Chrisalyn Santos   NAFCU’s education programs are known for providing credit unions with the information, tools and solutions they need to better serve their members while keeping pace with changes in the financial services indust

  • From the Editors

      Jan/Feb 2011   From the Editors A new year...and new challenges While the history books have closed on 2010, the challenges credit unions faced last year did not end with the singing of Auld Lang Syne. In fact, 2011 is likely to be another remarkable and tumultuous year for our industry.

  • From the Chair

        Jan/Feb 2011     A more optimistic take on 2011 Rest assured that NAFCU will be pressing the new Congress to undertake vigorous oversight of those Dodd-Frank provisions that could be detrimental to our industry. While it remains unclear at this early stage how 2011 will turn out for credi

  • Compliance Central

    Jan/Feb 2011     No rest for the regulated By Sarah Loats           Looking ahead By Anthony Demangone The economy is starting to show signs of recovery.  Republican gains in the House and the Senate have political pundits predicting a seaso

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  • Cover Story

      Nov/Dec 2010       What economic fortune-tellers are saying about 2011 for credit unions.   As Yogi Berra once famously noted, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” Of course, no one knows this better than today’s economists. Just about all of them, including the most celebrated

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  • On The Hill

      Jan/Feb 2011     Credit unions are answering the call for smart phone-based banking as more members carry their lives in their hands.   Like many newly minted college graduates, LaBrandon Dates lives on his smart phone, so he was thrilled when his employer, AOD FCU, launched its first mobile bank

  • Upward Mobility

      Jan/Feb 2011     Credit unions are answering the call for smart phone-based banking as more members carry their lives in their hands.   Like many newly minted college graduates, LaBrandon Dates lives on his smart phone, so he was thrilled when his employer, AOD FCU, launched its first mobile bank