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Roadblocks Ahead for Credit Union Legislation

The National Association of Credit Unions (NACU), with the support of Representative Bill Posey (R-Florida) and Denny Heck (D-Washington) reintroduced a bill that would require the National Credit Union Association to initiate a study on capital requirements for credit unions before finalizing the final risk-based capital rule that is scheduled to go into effect on the first of January 2019.

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What Happened to Wages?

The latest jobs report from the Department of Labor offers wildly exceeded expectations alongside disappointing compensation. Do solid employment numbers spell good times ahead? Or do sluggish wages mean trouble is looming?

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Banking and Housing Lobby Petitions for CFPB Structural Changes

The banking and housing lobby has recently sent a letter to the leaders of the Senate and House appropriations committees expressing their position that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau should be restructured from a single director to a bipartisan panel of five people. Will they be able to get it through before Cordray’s appointment is up in 2018.

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Credit Unions Support OCC’s FinTech Proposal, Sort Of

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions is behind the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's recently proposed initiative to allow FinTechs to operate as banks, but it also believes these companies should be held to the same standards and regulations as other financial institutions.

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