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CHANGE: NCUA Orlando "listening" session now set for June 13

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) has changed the “Listening Session” in Orlando to Wednesday, June 13 instead of Tuesday, June 12.... More

N.Y. CUs, league run full-page MBL ad in N.Y. Times

A full-page ad touting raising credit unions' member business lending cap was placed in the national edition of The New York Times Sunday by New York credit unions and the Credit Union Association of New York. The ad appears in the front section of Sunday's paper.... More

LSCU Quarterly update today at 2pm

Credit unions have the opportunity to get a League and CUNA update... More

CFPB accepting comment on Reg Z change

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is considering revising Regulation Z so that a current 25%-of-available-credit limit would apply only to fees that are charged at account opening.... More

Pa. CUs familiarize political candidates with CU issues

Pennsylvania credit unions statewide have been initiating early involvement with political candidates to make them familiar with credit unions and credit union issues, according to the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association.... More

NCUA, WesCorp's Swedberg settle suit

The National Credit Union Administration and Timothy Swedberg, one of the officials it sued as a result of the collapse of Western Corporate FCU, Wednesday filed a settlement agreement with a federal court in Los Angeles to dismiss the case, according to a stipulation filed Friday.... More

Washington Post article cites credit union-friendly resources

A recent article in The Washington Post on financial literacy resources for teens and families offered three sources with credit union ties. ... More

Several leagues report MBL advocacy efforts

As credit unions nationwide step up their grassroots efforts to expand their ability to offer loans to small businesses, several leagues reported what their credit unions are doing to support the effort.... More

FHFA 'forgiveness' plan could spill to private lenders: CUNA

If the Federal Home Finance Administration proposes a mortgage principal forgiveness program, it should take into account any potential spillover effects such a program could have on private sector mortgage modifications, CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney said in a letter to Edward DeMarco, acting FHFA director.... More