League advocates for an updated CTR threshold

Constantly increasing regulatory pressures put a strain on a credit union’s resources and ability to focus on what matters most: serving members; thus, the League is always looking for opportunities […]

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League opposes CFPB proposed overdraft rule

Ohio credit unions understand the importance of offering tailored products and services to meet unique member needs and demands. The fiscal realities of providing these services, including credit and debit […]

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Lawsuits piling up for the CFPB

The ability for credit unions and their member-owners to jointly decide what is best for them is a pillar of the credit union difference. That is why the League vehemently […]

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League opposes CFPB proposal to limit declined transaction fees

In a currently volatile economic climate, where margins are shrinking and liquidity is tightening, sustaining vital member services has never been harder. That is why the League continues to advocate […]

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League joins brief to protect commercial lending

While your credit union tries to remain focused on members, services, and the problems already on your plate, the League looks to prevent any new issues from showing up. That […]

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Regulators setting the tone early in 2024

Your members’ needs are best served when there is a balance between the impact and cost of regulation and the benefits it provides consumers. The best way to ensure this […]

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Debit interchange restrictions loom

Cards, compliance, and cybersecurity all have a cost, and restricting the primary means of supporting a strong, safe, and reliable card network will only hurt your members. That is why […]

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Debit interchange battle enters new arena

For more than a decade, credit unions have fought back against short-sighted, misguided, and detrimental changes to the current interchange system. After the passage of the original Durbin Amendment, subsequent […]

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League concerned with CFPB’s open banking proposal

As your credit union seeks new ways to serve your community’s people, families, and businesses, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB most recent proposed rule could alter financial services as […]

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League disappointed with proposed NCUA budget

Ohio’s credit unions not only support the idea of fiscal responsibility but embody it as they remain viable through a historically unstable economic, regulatory, and political environment; thus, it is […]

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