In testimony before the House Financial Services Committee earlier this week, National Credit Union Administration Chairman Todd Harper urged lawmakers give his agency examination and enforcement authority over third-party vendors, including credit union service organizations, or CUSOs, to address what he called a “growing regulatory blindspot.”
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Ahead of oversight hearings of the prudential regulatory agencies scheduled for next week, the American Bankers Association called on Congress to address the changing face of large credit unions.
The American Bankers Association yesterday panned two proposals by the National Credit Union Administration to simplify current risk-based capital requirements for “complex” insured credit unions with more than $500 million in assets.
The American Bankers Association today urged the National Credit Union Administration to withdraw a proposed rule that would expand the range of permissible lending activity for credit union service organizations, or CUSOs.
In a letter to Acting Comptroller of the Currency Blake Paulson this week, American Bankers Association President and CEO Rob Nichols raised concerns about recent attempts by credit unions to purchase federally chartered banks, including federal mutual savings associations.
The American Bankers Association today wrote to the National Credit Union Administration seeking a 60-day extension to the 30-day comment period on a proposal to amend NCUA’s credit union service organization regulation.
Credit unions may not be paying attention to consumer financial protection “as closely as warranted,” National Credit Union Administration Chairman Todd Harper said yesterday.
The American Bankers Association today strongly opposed a proposal by the National Credit Union Administration that would expand the definition of “service facility” and erase the distinction between service to select groups and service to underserved areas as delineated in the Federal Credit Union Act.
In an American Banker op-ed today, former National Credit Union Administration Chairman Mark McWatters expressed concern that the agency has become “inappropriately emboldened” and said that “the agency may have abandoned . . . its congressional mandate to stay clearly within the four corners of the Federal Credit Union Act.”