'The CFPB is simply not listening,' credit union group says


Credit unions continue to press the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for regulatory relief, arguing that existing exemptions have not gone far enough.


Regulators issue guide to boost availability of appraisers


Financial regulators issued joint guidance on Wednesday highlighting the availability of cross-state appraiser licensing agreements.


Bankers would envy proposed appeals process for credit unions


The NCUA aims to give credit unions access to in-person hearings with its governing board. Such an opportunity is lacking at federal bank regulators.


Give credit unions carve-out from CFPB? NCUA says ‘yes’


In a rare move, the credit union regulator is asking the CFPB for exemptions for credit unions from expanded HMDA requirements and unfair and deceptive acts authority.


Halt credit union alternative capital plan, banking groups urge


Federal regulators are early in the process of deciding whether to broaden credit unions' access to capital markets, but banking lobbyists have seen enough to argue that it would let credit unions skirt business-lending limits.


Banker suit to slow credit union expansion may be doing opposite


The trade association's lawsuit challenging new field-of-membership rules may have the opposite effect, as more credit unions consider expansion before the litigation is resolved.


Trump taps McWatters as acting NCUA chair


President Trump on Wednesday appointed J. Mark McWatters as acting chairman of the National Credit Union Administration.


Judge sides with NCUA in member business lending dispute


The National Credit Union Administration and credit union trade groups cheered a judge's decision to dismiss a lawsuit against the agency's member business lending rule, but ICBA is still mulling the possibility of an appeal.