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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.
NAFCU is attending a CFPB field hearing in Richmond, Va., underway now on payday lending – specifically addressing CFPB's plan to gather input on a future proposed rule on payday lending – and keeping its members' concerns out front.
As urged by NAFCU, NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz 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.
The House Financial Services Committee today, voting 49-9, 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.
Many factors contribute to deciding what kind of content you are posting in your social media channels, but there is one rule that can be applied in almost every circumstance - the 60-30-10 rule.
The FFIEC announced its cybersecurity priorities for 2015. Work is under way in the development of seven areas. Also, NCUA has issued a warning to consumers with a statement that it has received reports of an online phishing scam.
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.