CUNA News Now Headlines
Credit Union National Association News Now Headlines

  • CFPB has mortgage scammers, nonbank auto lenders on radar
    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proposing to oversee nonbank auto finance companies, and it also announced a lawsuit against an online payday lender this week.

  • Herring legacy carried forward with merger
    At the end of the day, the planned merger between Cincinnati Arts CU and Cincinnati Central CU is about what's in the best interest of the members, the CEOs of both credit unions are quick to note.

  • Fed plans no debit fee cap change
    The Federal Reserve Board Thursday said it will not propose any changes to its cap on debit card interchange fees. The Fed said the decision is based on results of its survey of costs associated with debit card transactions, a survey it executes every two years.

  • NCUA's McWatters says new RBC comment period is needed
    National Credit Union Administration board member J. Mark McWatters, in a meeting with senior CUNA staff Thursday, confirmed that he would not vote in favor of any risk-based capital proposal if it does not include a second comment period.

  • TCCUSF update, tech amendments approved by NCUA
    A light agenda greeted new National Credit Union Administration board member J. Mark McWatters Thursday for his first monthly board meeting.

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