NCUA proposed a big increase to its operating budget in 2023, and many have come out in opposition. Esteban Camargo provides a little detail on the budget proposal, responses to it, and why the NCUA should reconsider its plans.
NAFCU and NASCUS both submitted comments to the NCUA ahead of their August 16th deadline for submissions calling for changes in merger policy and regulatory oversight, Emily Claus reports.
Last week, the House Financial Services Committee approved overdraft legislation which would limit the number of overdraft fees banks and credit unions can charge their clients. Emily Claus discusses the bill’s future and repercussions.
The Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund recently announced that as it prepares for upcoming changes to its application process it will be suspending new applications and Target Market Modifications between October 1, 2022 and April 3, 2023, reports Esteban Camargo.
As the comment period for the 40-year mortgage proposal made by the Federal Housing Administration drew to a close, NAFCU and CUNA voiced their support, reports Esteban Camargo.
As the House Financial Services Committee prepares to consider legislation that would allow all federal credit unions to add underserved areas to their fields of membership, the war of words between banks and credit unions has ratcheted up once again, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.
NCUA examiners are too picky in their Anti-Money Laundering/Bank Secrecy Act enforcement and are citing financial institutions for small technical violations, NAFCU and CUNA have told the agency, reports David Baumann of the Washington CU Daily.
The second iteration of the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program is operating much more efficiently than the first version, credit union trade groups said, but added that they continue to run into persistent problems that hamper lenders and borrowers, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.
CUNA signed a letter with hundreds of other organizations urging Congress to include temporary coronavirus liability protection in any new economic stimulus legislation, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.