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NCUA’s appraisal plan ignores lessons of last crisis

05/09/19

The credit union regulator’s proposal to raise the threshold for home-sale appraisals to $1 million could introduce more risk into the financial system, particularly if bank regulators follow suit.

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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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Government pushing to spur more business loans by credit unions

05/03/19

The National Credit Union Administration and the Small Business Administration have established a program to boost SBA lending by credit unions, which was very light last year. It is sure to irk bankers, who have raised competitive concerns.

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A credit union's 'troubling' capital plan

04/29/19

The NCUA is letting Union Yes in California raise capital by turning to temporary funding sources, which banks have complained is an example of the regulator's overreach.

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Banks, credit unions trade blows in court on field of membership

04/16/19

While NCUA lawyers fielded questions about the possibility of redlining, a three-judge appeals panel showed skepticism about other elements of the ABA's arguments against changes to credit union membership rules

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Is credit union regulator's field-of-membership appeal already in trouble?

04/15/19

Last-minute arguments from the American Bankers Association have put the National Credit Union Administration on the back foot in advance of an appeal hearing more than a year in the works.

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How this bank beat the odds to snag credit union assets

04/04/19

Alliance Bank Central Texas may have found a way around National Credit Union Administration regulations that make it difficult for banks to buy credit unions.

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Will banks turn the tables and buy credit unions?

03/19/19

More than 20 banks have been sold to credit unions. A prominent banking lawyer made the case at this year's ICBA convention that banks can become more aggressive acquirers.

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Will big banks' suit against NCUA be a bust?

03/06/19

Several megabanks have sued the National Credit Union Administration claiming breach of settlement in a previous case related to mortgage-backed securities, but trends may favor the agency.

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Senate panel advances nominees for FHFA, NCUA

02/26/19

If confirmed to lead the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Mark Calabria would have a central role in any efforts to reform the government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

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