David Baumann of the Washington CU Daily reports on credit union trade groups who are renewing their call for Congress to lift the credit union Member Business Lending cap, saying the limit is an arbitrary restriction that keeps financial institutions from providing crucial assistance during the coronavirus economic crisis.
Washington Credit Union Daily’s David Baumann reports on Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Mark Calabria who again defended the agency’s plan to charge a new 0.5% fee on refinancing of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae mortgages, telling Credit Union National Association President/CEO Jim Nussle that, “This fee is necessary to keep people in their homes during the pandemic.”
In an interview with Trey Hawkins, Deputy Chief of Political Affairs at CUNA, Alycia Meyers details how CUNA is working to get more credit union members voting through their Credit Unions Vote initiative.
What do college football and credit unions have in common? According to Chip Filson, a history of being saved thanks to the collaboration of those invested in the outcome.
In a ruling that sounds strange but that credit unions say is extremely important, a U.S. appeals court affirmed this week that federal credit unions may use the federal court system, reports David Baumann of the Washington CU Daily.
What did your credit union do to celebrate International Credit Union Day®? Esteban Camargo takes a look at this year’s theme, what it means, and what credit unions are doing to celebrate.