Roger Jepsen, former senator and NCUA chairman, dies at 91


The Iowa Republican followed one term in the Senate with six years as chairman of the credit union regulator.


Week ahead: Budget proposal, diversity on tap for NCUA board meeting


Credit unions will have their first opportunity to hear from the federal regulator about its recently released budget proposal and also get an update on the agency's diversity self-assessment.


Proposed NCUA budget shrinks slightly for 2021


Savings to the credit union regulator's operating budget are largely the result of surplus funds from 2020 and expected reductions in travel into next year.


Biden transition teams add credit union CEO and former NCUA staffer


Bill Bynum, president and CEO of Hope Federal Credit Union, and Gail Laster, former director of the National Credit Union Administration's consumer-protection division, are working with the incoming administration.


NCUA's Hood to Senate panel: Extend CARES Act provisions for credit unions


The chairman of the National Credit Union Administration said during his limited time in a Senate Banking Committee hearing that he hoped changes to the agency's Central Liquidity Facility would last for the duration of the pandemic.


Week ahead: Credit unions lay out lame-duck priorities


The industry is calling for lawmakers to extend changes to NCUA's Central Liquidity Facility and more before Congress adjourns.


With Biden declared winner, what’s next for credit unions?


With a Democrat set to take the White House in January, the political balance at NCUA could shift amid changes for the CFPB and housing reform, and progressive banking ideas that were unthinkable over the past four years could gain traction.


Tri-Valley Service Federal Credit Union approved for community charter


The Pittsburgh-based institution can now serve more than a dozen municipalities in the Keystone State.


Credit unions gear up for Election Day


A look at how credit unions and the industry at large have intersected with the 2020 election.


NCUA names new director of examination and insurance


Myra Toeppe, who had been serving as acting director since January, will take on that role permanently.