League supports closing bank charter loopholes

Ensuring a level playing field for all financial service providers is crucial to protecting your credit union’s ability to serve its members. That’s why the League supports U.S. Senator Sherrod […]

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NCUA proposes modernized member expulsion process

Credit unions need operational flexibility to meet service demands and challenges, especially when dealing with an abusive member. Although the need to expel a member might be rare, providing federal […]

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Credit unions need flexible FHLB liquidity access

Your credit union’s members are best served when federal regulations are consistent and empower flexible service in a challenging economic environment. That’s why the League recently teamed up with the […]

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League opposes unnecessary NCUA budget increases

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) is funded from the assessments paid by credit unions themselves for the privilege of regulation. This delicate relationship requires a diligent eye on the […]

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League hosts dialogue with new Regional Director Keith Morton

Optimal regulation occurs when the regulator engages with the regulated through transparent and ongoing communication, supplying answers and methods for meeting the demands of a swiftly changing regulatory landscape. While […]

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FHLB focused on the future

Access to fair and affordable liquidity resources are essential to ensuring that credit unions can continue serving members, regardless of the economic climate. With the economy unpredictably responding to pandemic-related […]

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NCUA Releases Simplified CECL Tool for Small Credit Unions

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) released a new tool to help smaller market credit unions comply with the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s accounting standard on current expected credit loss […]

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Movement highlights challenging auto dealer market

As your credit union seeks to put people over profit and help members thrive, other industries may impact the ability for people and communities to meet kitchen table realities, like […]

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Credit unions need balanced NCUA regulation

People, families, businesses, and community needs are best served when there is a balance between the impact and cost of regulation and the benefits it provides your credit union’s members. […]

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Expanded telemarketing rules impact member outreach

The credit union difference is best activated when credit unions can freely connect with their member-owners without regulatory inference. That’s why your League responded to a recent Federal Trade Commission (FTC) notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) proposing expanded call records and record retention requirements that would inhibit credit union member outreach efforts. As prudentially regulated, member-owned financial cooperatives, credit unions already comply with a federal and state regulatory framework wrapped around member outreach.

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