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NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz and other members of the Financial Stability
Oversight Council are set to testify before the House Financial Services
Committee Dec. 8. The hearing will focus on FSOC's agenda, operations
NAFCU-sought privacy notice and some qualified-mortgage relief for credit unions are included in the highway bill reported out yesterday by House and Senate conferees, action that helps pave the way for final passage in the House and Senate as a Friday deadline for enactment nears.
NAFCU urged lawmakers Tuesday to retain a measure in a 2016 appropriations bill that would require CFPB to complete a comprehensive study on the use and consumer impact of arbitration clauses before adopting a rule on them.
I talk a lot about the idea of lateral thinking – the art of approaching problems from new or non-obvious directions. It's like thinking outside of the box – but a better way to imagine it involves a chocolate cake.
Credit unions and experts in the field discuss precautionary practices in combating cyber criminal activity.
NAFCU continues to push for regulatory relief for credit unions. Our five-point plan for broad-based regulatory relief highlights capital reform and operational improvements.
Data security breaches are a serious problem for both consumers and businesses. We urge credit unions to take action.