Outgoing NCUA Chairman Matz Looks Back at Long Career
The only member of the NCUA board to be appointed twice — by different presidents — talks to CU Journal.   more »
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will propose changes in late July to its mortgage disclosure rule to provide "greater certainty and clarity" to the mortgage industry. more »
A new online training module is designed to educate board directors on best practices in the process of mergers. more »
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is set Thursday to propose new disclosures for federal student loans that would require servicers to provide several repayment options for borrowers. more »
State regulators led the way with a bevy of comments suggesting ways NCUA should overhaul how the agency is funded. more »
The Financial Accounting Standards Board gave final approval Wednesday to its controversial Current Expected Credit Loss standard, but agreed to delay its implementation deadlines by a year in response to protests from banks and credit unions. more »
The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) launched a Regulatory Burden Calculator that is free to member credit unions, the agency said Wednesday. more »
WASHINGTON — After close to four years at the helm of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, Director Jennifer Shasky Calvery announced Tuesday that she will leave the agency next month. more »
The prepaid card industry is ramping up its advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau readies a final rule targeting such products. more »
A video of the March 2016 open meeting of the National Credit Union Administration board was posted on the agency’s website Friday. more »
A federal district judge ruled that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has no power to investigate the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, an embattled accreditor of for-profit colleges. The ruling marks the first time a court has said the bureau had no jurisdiction and overreached its statutory authority. more »
Banking regulators made several critically important changes in their new plan to restrict executive pay at financial institutions after their first attempt flopped in 2011. Here's what they did. more »
Federal regulators unveiled a long-awaited proposal Thursday designed to target incentive-based pay arrangements for executives at banks and credit unions, the agencies' second attempt after their initial plan met fierce resistance. more »
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