NAFCU's experienced and proactive lobbyists work to ensure federal legislation and regulations are in the best interest of our credit union members. Get up-to-date information on issues such as regulatory relief, cyber and data security, protecting the credit union federal tax exemption, and more. Follow NAFCU's top issues.
We work around the clock with credit union leaders and key legislators and regulators here in Washington, D.C. to tell your story – the credit union story.
In the first half of this year alone we've placed eight member credit unions as witnesses in front of Congress to advocate for access to a strong secondary mortgage market, reducing regulatory burdens, modernizing credit union powers, data and cybersecurity concerns and solutions, meeting member business lending needs, improving SBA access for credit unions, and creating new credit unions. Read the testimonies.
We've worked hard to ensure the regulators are working in the best interest of credit unions, including gains in promoting the credit union difference to the Administration, expanding credit union powers through NCUA, fighting for a true risk-based capital system, achieving the most comprehensive field-of-membership reform in a decade, keeping the CFPB on their heels and more.
Download our Regulatory Alerts for comprehensive summaries of the latest agency proposed rulemakings affecting credit unions and submit your comments for us to include in our official comment letters.
You are the best advocate for your credit union. Join us in September at our Congressional Caucus in Washington, D.C. to get invaluable face time with your representatives. With the uncertain political climate, this year your participation is more important than ever.
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Visit the Grassroots Action Center, which provides you with all the information you need to advocate for credit unions on important issues. Learn tips on contacting Congress and find out why credit unions should be involved.
Learn about NAFCU's Political Action Committee (NAFCU/PAC) who provides contributions to members of Congress and candidates who support legislation and other actions favorable to credit unions. Contributing to the campaign funds of key federal legislators is an essential element to the success of any national association's lobbying efforts.