Is the NCUA’s comment period just a dog and pony show? Vic Pantea might think so. He recaps the NCUA’s December board meeting and the approval of a budget that didn’t factor in complaints from the industry.
In this op-ed originally appearing in Tell Me Why I’m Wrong, Randy explains why CUSOs need to step up and take a bigger role in the NCUA board member selection process for the sake of the industry at large.
The conclusion of our five-part history of credit unions takes us to a head-to-head confrontation with the banking industry in the 90s and the impact of the Great Recession on credit unions.
Part 4 of this credit union history series explores the formation of the National Credit Union Association in 1970, the rapid growth of credit union assets over the course of the next decade, and the changes in credit union services and policies that would lead to a confrontation with the banking industry…