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ICBA plans major offensive in fight against credit unions

10/21/19

The group's Wake Up initiative will include legislative and regulatory proposals, along with added resources to help members push for a level playing field.

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Supreme Court ruling could mean more ADA lawsuits tied to bank websites

10/09/19

The court passed up a recent opportunity to clarify confusion about Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for business websites, raising concerns among bankers that they could become an even more inviting litigation target.

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Appeals court upholds most of credit union membership rule

08/20/19

A panel of federal appeals court judges reversed a district court’s decision on the NCUA’s controversial field-of-membership rule, but saw merit in bankers’ claims of potential redlining.

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CFPB commission goes from idea to afterthought

05/30/19

The industry continues to push for an overhaul of the bureau’s leadership structure, but both parties seem uninterested.

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Top trade group exec defects from ICBA to CUNA

05/22/19

Chris Lorence, a former marketing official at the Independent Community Bankers of America, is the Credit Union National Association's latest recruit from other financial services trade groups in recent years.

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Banks get help from AARP to spot elder abuse

05/08/19

Elder abuse costs banks $1 billion in deposits a year, according to AARP. It has launched a video-game-style online training program that teaches bank employees what to be alert for.

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Credit union, bank groups trade shots over CFPB supervision of big CUs

05/07/19

A proposal to give the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau jurisdiction over credit unions with $10 billion or more of assets has sparked a war of words between the longtime foes.

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Wisconsin credit unions, banks get legal win in collections case

04/24/19

The Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld a "narrow interpretation" of a state-level consumer-protection law that maintains lenders' rights to collect debts without fear of being sued for damages.

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Credit union executive calls out sexist behavior at CUNA conference

03/22/19

In a post to a social networking site, Rachel Pross, chief risk officer at an Oregon institution, described unwanted touches and inappropriate comments by male executives and directors at the event.

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Warren drops CRA mandate for credit unions as part of housing bill

03/13/19

The 2020 presidential hopeful removed the contentious provision from a previous version of the bill that had won praise from bankers but sparked fierce opposition from credit unions.

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