NCUA leadership sees the budget proposal as a way to adjust to the changing dynamics of the credit union system.
The new guidelines state that "consumers should be easily able to determine" who owns a financial product.
CUNA and NAFCU leaders ask for final rules from the DoJ to help credit unions fighting ADA lawsuits.
The education secretary, who refuses to cooperate with the CFPB, receives praise.
Credit union trade leadership is happy with several bills approved by the House Financial Services Committee.
Before conservatorship, Melrose Credit Union held $1.5 billion in loans backed by taxi medallions.
A Dodd-Frank Act overhaul might be happening as lawmakers look to a bipartisan approach.
The NCUA budget plan also provides details on the agency's reorganization plan.
Experts weigh in on the impacts the CFPB's payday lending rule will have on credit unions.
While payday lenders object to the ruling, CUNA carefully studies its fine print and what it means for credit unions.